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Zarakas is a ruined Frankish monastery near Stymfalia, in the Peloponnese in Greece. It was built on the shores of Lake Stymphalia during the Frangokratia, the occupation of parts of the Byzantine Empire by the "Franks" of the Fourth Crusade.
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