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World’s Largest Greek Flag

In March 2006, the Liveris family decided to construct a giant Greek flag to fly over their family restaurant. The hope was that it would help their establishment garner more attention and customers. 

The steel flag pole is 164 feet (50 meters) tall. At the base, the circumference is around 39 inches (one meter), while at the top it reduces to only 25 centimeters. The flag pole was specially produced in China before being shipped to Zákynthos.


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