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Aigaleo or Egaleo (Greek: Αιγάλεω pronounced [eˈɣaleo]) is a municipality in the western part of the Athens aglomeration, Greece. It takes its name from Mount Aigaleo.

Population: 69,946

Latitude: 37° 58' 59.99" N
Longitude: 23° 40' 59.99" E

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