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Nemea in Final Pre-Selection for the European Heritage Label 2022

ATHENS — "The archaeological site of Ancient Nemea is in the final pre-selections for the European Heritage Label 2022. A great moment and distinction for Nemea, for the whole of Corinth and, of course, for the Nemean archaeologist Stefanos Miller," Deputy Development and Investment Minister Christos Dimas posted on Twitter on Thursday.

It is recalled that a group of independent experts select the sites to receive the "European Heritage Label", the mark of European heritage, based on their role in the history and culture of Europe.

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