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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
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