In Greece, an earthquake of magnitude 5.3

© Flickr / Matt KatzenbergerСейсмограф. Archival photoIn Greece, an earthquake of magnitude 5.3© Flickr / Matt Katzenberger

A magnitude 5.3 earthquake on the Richter scale occurred at 8.14 am local time (coincides with Moscow) in Greece, according to the seismological laboratory of Athens University.

The earthquake was located about 30 kilometers southwest of the town of Pylos in the Peloponnese, at a depth of 10 kilometers.

At the moment information about any of the damage from earthquakes is not.

In Greece, an earthquake of magnitude 5.3© Infographical worst natural disasters of the XXI century

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