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Opa! Summer eats from the Greek Festival

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From souvlaki to baklava, this year's Greek Festival offered enough traditional Greek foods to keep the salivary glands sweating. The festival took place at Assumption Greek Orthodox Church from June 14 to 16 and combined food with a carnival, live music, and dance performances that all celebrated Greek history. Continue reading for a few culinary scenes, and visit our full 2013 Denver Greek Festival slide show for more photos.

See also: - Summer Guide 2012: Denver Greek Festival - It's Greek to me at Axios Estiatorio - Denver's top five Greek restaurants

For more photos, visit our full Greek Festival slide show.


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