Talk:Air operations during the Greek Civil War
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This article refers to Kalamaki near Athens being a centre of air activity with its name later being changed to Hassani. I would be grateful for advice as where it is located as I don't think that either location in our article is the one being referred to. If you could drop me a line on my talk page, that would be greatly appreciated. Capitalistroadster 15:34, 11 October 2005 (UTC)
On your question where is Kalamaki the cordinates are (Lat 37° 55' 05" N - Lon 23° 42' 40" E - Elev 25m) and it is part of the municipalty of Alimos (Municipalty of Alimos, one of the 50 odd municipalties that make up Athens (hence the plural Athens). There is a map on the web site Map of Alimos. Also if you zoom in on Athens using Google Earth you´ll find that there is a mark for Kalamakion which is a little to the east from the actual Kalamaki.
--Vousmanos 17:23, 31 October 2005 (UTC)
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