5.2 magnitude earthquake strikes northwest of Athens, Greece

November 10, 2011 ATHENS- A 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck about 167 km (104) miles from Athens and about 27 km from Patras, Greece. The shallow earthquake was reported at a depth of just 6.9 km (4.3 miles) below the surface. There have been no initial reports of damages. –The Extinction Protocol
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3 Responses to 5.2 magnitude earthquake strikes northwest of Athens, Greece

  1. Poor Greece. Earthquakes underground and earthquakes in the financial market.

    Maranatha

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  2. check out this cool video Irene (Zorba the Greek is one of my favorite dance tunes). Everybody loves the greeks!

    JerseyCynic
    (wordpress won’t let me log in)

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