Greece has been struck by a powerful earthquake today, as tourists and locals report feeling shaking in the city of Kalamata. A magnitude 5.2 earthquake shook southern Greece today, but there has been no immediate reports of injuries. The epicenter of the quake was 37 kilometers west of Methoni in the Peloponnese peninsula, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Centre. It struck at a

depth of 10 kilometers (6.21 miles), at 11.21 am BST. Residents in the city of Kalamata, felt the shaking according to Greek media reports. The Aegean Sea Plate (also called the Hellenic Plate or Aegean Plate) is a small tectonic plate located in the eastern Mediterranean Sea under southern Greece and far western Turkey. In the eastern Mediterranean Sean, under southern Greece and far western Turkey lies the Aegean Sea Plate, also known as the Hellenic Plate of Aegean Plate. READ MORE