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Coordinates: Moutsouna (in Greek: Μουτσούνα) is a small seaside village on the eastern coast of the island of Naxos, Greece. It is located approximately 39 km from the capital of the island, and 11 km from the village of Apiranthos. Historically, Moutsouna has been the port from which the industrial mineral of emery used to be loaded in boats and exported. In recent years, Moutsouna has developed mostly as a summer tourist resort.
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