Roof 1

The Roof-1 position, using the box1 module class styling.

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Roof 2

The Roof-2 position, using the box2 module class styling.

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Roof 3

The Roof-3 position, using the box3 module class styling.

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Roof 4

The Roof-4 position, using the box4 module class styling.

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Roof 5

The Roof-5 position, using the box5 module class styling.

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Top 1

The Top-1 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 2

The Top-2 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 3

The Top-3 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 4

The Top-4 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 5

The Top-5 position, using its default module class styling.

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Utility 1

The Utility-1 position, using the box1 badge-new module class styling.

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Utility 2

The Utility-2 position, using the box3 badge-hot module class styling.

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Utility 3

The Utility-3 position, using the box4 badge-pick module class styling.

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Utility 4

The Utility-4 position, using the box5 badge-top module class styling.

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Feature 2

The Feature-2 position, using its default styling.

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Feature 3

The Feature-3 position, using its default styling.

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Feature 4

The Feature-4 position, using its default styling.

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Feature 5

The Feature-5 position, using its default styling.

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Main Top 1

The Main Top-1 position, using the box1 title5 module class styling.

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Main Top 2

The Main Top-2 position, using the box2 title4 module class styling.

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Main Top 3

The Main Top-3 position, using the box8 title1 module class styling.

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Main Top 4

The Main Top-4 position, using the box7 title2 module class styling.

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Main Top 5

The Main Top-5 position, using its default module styling.

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Content Top 2

The Content Top-2 position, using the box7 title7 module class styling.

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Toplou MonsteryMonastery Toplou, Palekastro, Eastern Crete

Moni Toplou (Greek: Μονή Τοπλού) is a 15th century monastery located in a dry and barren area in the Prefecture of Lasithi, on the eastern part of the island of Crete in Greece. It is about 6 km north of the village of Palekastro and 85 km east of Agios Nikolaos. The monastery was originally called Panagia Akrotiriani (Virgin Mary of the Cape), after the nearby Sidero cape.

Its current name literally means "with the cannonball", thus called by the Turks for the cannon and cannonballs (Turkish: top) it had in its possession for defensive purposes.

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