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During the [[2012 apocalypse]], a massive earthquake of an unknown magnitude, striked Greece and wiped out most of its population. Later the [[Worldwide Flooding]] occurred, and a gigantic of tsunami at the height of 1500 meters swept away Greece submerging it underwater.
 
During the [[2012 apocalypse]], a massive earthquake of an unknown magnitude, striked Greece and wiped out most of its population. Later the [[Worldwide Flooding]] occurred, and a gigantic of tsunami at the height of 1500 meters swept away Greece submerging it underwater.
   
As a result of the apocalypse, Greece is left with extreme damage from the apocalyptic disasters and is rendered uninhabitable(Through that is the situation right now)
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As a result of the apocalypse, Greece is left with extreme damage from the apocalyptic disasters and is rendered uninhabitable. However when the global floodwaters started to recede, Greece had presumably risen but it is unknown if it has become habitable. The only survivors is the Greek Prime Minister
 
Sometimes, Greece has some people there, living in other areas of the country.
 
 
The only survivors is the Greek Prime Minister
 
   
 
== Former Cities ==
 
== Former Cities ==

Revision as of 14:28, 2 March 2021


Greece was a country located in Europe. It limited the coast with the Mediterranean Sea, and its capital city was Athens.

During the 2012 apocalypse, a massive earthquake of an unknown magnitude, striked Greece and wiped out most of its population. Later the Worldwide Flooding occurred, and a gigantic of tsunami at the height of 1500 meters swept away Greece submerging it underwater.

As a result of the apocalypse, Greece is left with extreme damage from the apocalyptic disasters and is rendered uninhabitable. However when the global floodwaters started to recede, Greece had presumably risen but it is unknown if it has become habitable. The only survivors is the Greek Prime Minister

Former Cities

  • Athens (Destroyed by earthquake)

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