Greece sees exodus from city to country life

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The election in Greece on Sunday will be dominated by the country's financial crisis, which has driven up unemployment to record levels and sent a third of Greeks below the poverty line.

One knock-on effect is a growing exodus of people from cities to rural areas, as they search for a new life they can afford.

The BBC's Mark Lowen is travelling around the country in the run-up to the election and sent this report from the northwest region of Epirus.

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