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"Athen" may refer to:* Athens, capital of Greece - "Athen" in German, Norwegian, and Danish* The "Athen", German ship that was in the Bay of Lübeck during the sinking of the "Cap Arcona". All 1,998 prisoners aboard the "Athen" survivedSee also*
"Thessaloniki" (, ), "Thessalonica", or "Salonica" is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia.Not to be confused with the neighbouring Republic of Macedonia. It is honourably called the
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"Thessaloniki" (, ), "Thessalonica", or "Salonica" is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia.Not to be confused with the neighbouring Republic of Macedonia. It is honourably called the
"Thessaloniki" (, ), "Thessalonica", or "Salonica" is the second-largest city in Greece and the capital of the Greek region of Macedonia.Not to be confused with the neighbouring Republic of Macedonia. It is honourably called the
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