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Acropolis hill blocked by Greek protestors over austerity measures

Flat Dane visits Crete
Greece tourism
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Acropolis hill blocked by Greek protestors over austerity measures
Acropolis hill, the most famous archaeological site of Greece, was blocked on Tuesday by Greek employees of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism in protest of austerity measures.
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Temple of Olympian Zeus
Greece tourism
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Greece is a popular summer destination for tourists. But the country’s highly publicised debt problems and violent demonstrations against government spending cuts have made many potential visitors rethink holidaying in the Mediterranean nation. And now Greek workers have walked out in protest at government plans to cut compensation for workers who’ve been fired. Al Jazeera’s Barnaby Phillips reports on how tourism is so vital to the Greek economy (16 June 2010).

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