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Syros

Syros

Syros island is located in the middle of the Cyclades group and has a surface area of 84km² and a population of 20,220 inhabitants. The island was the cultural center of the Aegean during the 19th century. Even nowadays the capital of the island, Ermoupolis, remains the capital of the archipelago.<...

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Syros. (ˈ | s | aɪ | r | ɒ | s | ,_ | r | oʊ | s; Σύρος or Siros or Syra is a Greek island in the Cyclades , in the Aegean Sea . ...

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Samos

Samos

Samos is part of the northeastern Aegean Islands and is located in the southern part of the cluster, near the Turkish coast. The island has a surface area of about 778km² and it is inhabited by approximately 44,100 people. Samos is the most visited island in the cluster but it has kept its beauty a...

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Samos. (ˈ | s | eɪ | m | ɒ | s | ,_ | ˈ | s | æ | m | oʊ | s; Σάμος is a Greek island in the eastern Aegean Sea , south of Chios , north of ...

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Delos

Delos

Delos is located in the southern Aegean, a few kilometers off the west coast of Mykonos. It is the smallest of the Cyclades group, having an area of 5km². Nowadays, the island is virtually uninhabited, but in ancient times, it was famous as a shrine of Apollo and as a trading center of the early Gr...

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The island of Delos. (ˈ | d | iː | l | ɒ | s; Δήλος ˈðilos Attic: grc | Δῆλος, Doric: grc | Δᾶλος), near Mykonos , near the centre of the ...

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Kea

Kea

Kea (or Tzia as the locals called it) is the northernmost island of Cyclades and the nearest to Attica. Because of its proximity to Athens, it mainly attracts locals. It is an island with subtle charms, combining barren hills on one hand, and green valleys with orchards, olive groves, almond and oak...

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The kea. (ˈ | k | iː | . | ə; kɛ. a | lang Nestor notabilis) is a large species of parrot (superfamily Strigopoidea ) found in forested and ...

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Epidaurus

Epidaurus

Epidaurus is one of the most important ancient sites in Greece. It is situated in the eastern Peloponnese, 62km south of the Corinthian Canal and belongs to the prefecture of Argolis. Epidaurus was a sanctuary of Asclepius, god of healing, son of Apollo. To be exact, Epidaurus was the most popular h...

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Epidaurus. (ˌ | ɛ | p | ɪ | ˈ | d | ɔr | ə | s; Ἐπίδαυρος Epidauros) was a small city (polis ) in ancient Greece , at the Saronic Gulf . ...

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