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Kasos

Kasos

Kasos is the southernmost island of the Dodecanese complex, located between Karpathos and Crete. It is a small rocky island with a surface area of about 66km² and a population of 990 inhabitants. The island is not yet saturated with tourists, and keeps its traditional way of life. Many...

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and Turkish as Kaşot. Kasos lies SW of Karpathos, between this island and Crete. Adjacent to the island is the Strait of Kasos, through which some of

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Chania

Chania

Chania is one of the four prefectures of Crete. Covering the westernmost quarter of the island, Chania attracts thousands of visitors every year. It borders with the prefecture of Rethymno to the east. The western part of Crete is washed by the Cretan Sea to the north, and the Mediterranean to...

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the city of Chania. For the region of Chania, see Chania (regional unit). "Hanya" redirects here. For the Japanese mask, see Hannya. Chania (Greek: Χανιά

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Fthiotida

Fthiotida

The Prefecture of Fthiotida is one of the largest in Central Greece. It is washed by the Maliac Gulf to the east, and borders with Viotia and Fokida to the south, Etoloakarnania to the southwest, Evrytania to the west, Karditsa to the north and Magnesia to the northeast. The prefecture connects...

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Phthiotis (Greek: Φθιώτιδα, Fthiótida, [fθiˈotiða]; ancient Greek and Katharevousa: Φθιώτις) is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the

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Messinia

Messinia

Kalamata is the capital and main port of the Messinia region of Peloponnese. Kalamata is one of the most gifted cities in Greece, thanks to its geographic position. Situated in the heart of the Messinian Bay and on the roots of the imposing Mountain Taygetos, it is ideal for exploring the area....

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Messenia (/məˈsiːniə, -ˈsiːnjə/; Greek: Μεσσηνία Messinia, pronounced [mesiˈnia]) is a regional unit (perifereiaki enotita) in the

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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...

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Epidauria (moth). For other places with the same name, see Epidaurus (disambiguation). Epidaurus (/ˌɛpɪˈdɔrəs/; Ancient Greek: Ἐπίδαυρος, Epidauros) was

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