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GREECE-ELECTION/GERMANS
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April 25, 2012
Nicki Nastouli, a 32-year-old Greek who works at a tourist shop and restaurant near the rim of the Corinth...
CORINTH, Greece
To match Feature GREECE-ELECTION/GERMANS
Nicki Nastouli, a 32-year-old Greek who works at a tourist shop and restaurant near the rim of the Corinth Canal, adjusts a Greek and a German flag April 24, 2012. German tourists are in short supply in Greece these days, frightened away by reports of visceral anti-German sentiment in some places, fears of being stranded by strikes and television images of fiery anti-austerity riots. The dearth of Germans is especially noticeable in tourist hotspots like Corinth, an enchanting ancient town 80 km west of Athens famous for the steep and narrow walls of its 6-km (4-mile) long canal that cuts across the Peloponnesian Peninsula. Picture taken April 24, 2012. To match Feature GREECE-ELECTION/GERMANS REUTERS/Erik Kirschbaum (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TRAVEL)
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