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÷˘ÙÔ„Ò·ˆfl· ·Ò˜ÂflÔı Ï ÁÏÂÒÔÏÁÌfl· 15 ÷flÔı 2005 ÙÁÚ „›ˆıÒ·Ú ÙÁÚ –Î‹Í·Ú Ôı Ò¸ÍÂÈÙ·È Ì· „ÍÒÂÏÈÛÙÂfl ·¸ Ù· ÌÂÒ‹ ÙÔı ¡Ò‹˜ËÔı Í·Ë˛Ú Á ƒ≈« ۘ‰ȋÊÂÈ Ì· Í·Ù·ÛÍÂı‹ÛÂÈ ı‰ÒÔÁÎÂÍÙÒÈ͸ ˆÒ‹„Ï· ÛÙÁÌ ÂÒÈÔ˜fi.‘Ô „ˆ˝ÒÈ ÂflÌ·È ÙÔ Ï„·Î˝ÙÂÒÔ ÏÔ̸ÙÔÓÔ „ˆ˝ÒÈ Ù˘Ì ¬·ÎÍ·Ìfl˘Ì Í·È Í·Ù·ÛÍÂı‹ÛÙÁÍ ÙÔ 1866.
File photo dated 15 May 2005 of Greeceís famous single-arch stone bridge, Plaka, which lends an idyllic charm to the landscape as it stands over the waters of River Arachthos in the northern province of Ioannina.Built by master-crafstmen in 1866, this impressive footbridge — the longest of its kind in the Balkans is left to be devoured by the riverís torrential waters to make way for the construction of a hydropower station.EPA/ORESTIS PANAGIOTOU

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