A 5.1 magnitude earthquake has rattled an island near Athens.
Local officials said they had no immediate reports of injuries or serious damage.
The quake occurred under land near the town of Mantoudi on the island of Evia, some 55 miles north of Athens, and was felt in the Greek capital.
Authorities advised residents to avoid old buildings and roads where rockslides have occurred in the past.
The Athens Geodynamic Institute said the quake was followed by aftershocks with a magnitude of up to 3.7.
Earthquakes are common in Greece, most occurring undersea.
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