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Kampos (Greek: Κάμπος) is a village in the Mani Peninsula, in Messenia in Southern Greece. It was the seat of the municipality of Avia. Kampos had 550 inhabitants in 2001. It is located at height of 350m, on the provincial road Kalamata-Areopoli, 22 km. away from Kalamata. In Kampos, there is a primary school and a junior high school. In the village there is the Byzantine church of St. Theodor which houses many famous murals. Also, there is the small church of St. John with murals of thirteenth century. Above the village there is Zarnata's castle. In the village there is the traditional tower-house of Koumoundouros family in which Alexandros Koumoundouros(the first prime Minister of Greece after the Turkish occupation) was born. Near this tower-house there is the arched mycenean tomb of Machaon, son of Asclepius.
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