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Poros Island - Pine trees as far as the eye can see
Tuesday, 01 November 2016
A small, pine-tree covered island of the Saronic Gulf with many beaches. The islands’ only town is densely-built with traditional, neoclassical-style homes. The narrow alleys between the houses form a labyrinth, hiding surprises at every turn. Doors with old coats of arms, windows with embroidered valances, verandas with hanging flowers, shops with handicrafts, old ladies and children sitting on the steps, women hanging out their laundry. Hundreds of incredibly luxurious yachts berth in the port of the island.
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