greek skala how many square feet?

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greek skala how many square feet?

Postby Martin » Mon Jul 12, 2004 6:37 pm

Hi!

been trying to findout how many square feet, or square meter a "Skala" is here on cyprus its a well established meassurment of land area/Plot. they say here its around 14,000 sq foot but im not sure so if anyone knows?

in greek its spelled "óêáëá" i think. It could also be something from english colonization but im not sure..

thanks!
Martin
 

Postby Martin » Mon Jul 12, 2004 6:48 pm

um, ignore the "greek" name since i guess forum is not really meant to handle greek letters.. so all i can say is "Skala" but should be enough for anyone that has heard this meassurment before..
Martin
 

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