A 4 Richter earthquake shook Athens
A 4 Richter earthquake shook Athens, at 9:24 in the morning.
The focal depth was about 14 kilometers, around 25 kilometers northwest of Athens, in Magoula, the area that was the epicenter of the 5.1 Richter earthquake on July 19.
And the Euro-Mediterranean Institute measured the vibration at 4 Richter, although it had initially announced it was 3.6 Richter.
No damages or injuries have been reported.
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