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Kallithéa

[ kal-uh-they-uh; Greek kah-lee-they-ah ]
/ ˌkæl əˈθeɪ ə; Greek ˌkɑ liˈθeɪ ɑ /
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noun
a city in E Greece, a suburb of Athens.
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