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 What? Archangel 2005
Where? Larissa & Nea Anghialos, Greece
When? 16/09/2005

In connection with the Archangel fectivities the Hellenic Air Force also opens its airbases for the interestet public every two years for three days. Before my visit to the Airshow at Tanagra I used this opportunity to visit the bases Larissa and Nea Anghialos.


 

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