Tinos is part of the Cyclades cluster and the third biggest island after Andros and Naxos. It has a surface area of 194km² and a population of 5,203 (2001) people. The island has about 40 little picturesque villages, more than 700 churches and monasteries, immaculate dovecots and many sandy and peb...

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Tinos (Greek: Τήνος [ˈtinos]) is a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea. It is located in the Cyclades archipelago. In antiquity, Tinos was also known

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Kos is the third largest island of the Dodecanese group and lies between the islands of Nisyros and Kalymnos, close to the coasts of Asia Minor. Kos is the greenest and most fertile island of the group and the second most popular and tourist island after Rhodes. At first sight, the island may seem a...

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For other uses, see Kos (disambiguation). Kos or Cos (Greek: Κως) is a Greek island of the group of the Dodecanese, next to the Gulf of Gökova/Cos. The

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Volos is the capital of Magnesia Prefecture which occupies the east side of Thessaly. Its boundaries extend to the northern Sporades islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos. The prefecture is also known for its healthy climate; thanks to the beneficial effects of the sea surrounding it to the so...

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Magnesia may refer to: a Greek toponym, derived from the tribal name Magnetes Magnesia (regional unit), the southeastern area of Thessaly in central Greece

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Edessa is an ancient town of 25,000 inhabitants in Central Macedonia, capital of the Pella Prefecture. Famous for its many waterfalls and trees, Edessa is virtually unknown to tourists. The town is one of the most beautiful cities of Greece, with streams, bridges and parks. There are many small wate...

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town, see Pella (municipality). For other uses, see Pella (disambiguation). Pella (Greek: Πέλλα), is an ancient city located in the current Pella regional

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Arta is a city in northwestern Greece, in the province of Epirus, with rich history. The Arta prefecture is one of the least fertile regions of Greece and its tourism rates are low. Its charm may well be that it still remains under the radar. However, there are many reasons to visit the area.

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Arta or ARTA may refer to: People Arta (Kamuia), elder brother of the 1st century BCE Indo-Scythian ruler Maues Arta Dobroshi (born 1979), Kosovar actress

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