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Kephala is a hill landform in northern Crete, Greece.[1] This location was chosen by ancient settlers for the site of the Palace of Knossos; the footprint of the Neolithic settlement at Kephala Hill was actually larger than the Bronze Age Palace of Knossos.[2]

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Coordinates: 35°17′53″N 25°09′45″E / 35.2980°N 25.1626°E / 35.2980; 25.1626