Europe's currency union brought abrupt prosperity to it's poorest member, Greece. But continent's financial crisis has hit the hardest here. The nation's wealthy swiftly exported their money at the first sign of financial trouble, leaving ordinary Greeks to carry the full weight of economic austerity. More than three year's into the crisis, Greece is still losing 1,000 jobs a day, and the effects of sudden poverty can be seen on nearly every street corner.
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