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An unexploded WWII torpedo in Thessaloniki

News Θεσσαλονίκη, Greece - 22 June 2012

Authorities in Thessaloniki blocked off a busy coastal highway for more than two hours on June 22, 2012, after workers discovered an unexploded torpedo on the waterfront. Police and army experts said the two-meter (six-foot) torpedo dates from World War II and is inactive. It was discovered during work Friday to reshape Thessaloniki’s pedestrian waterfront. 

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