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Piraeus - Heavy clouds over Saronic Gulf

38 peiraias varia synnefa pano apo ton saroniko

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Lavrio, Attica - An endless art studio

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Halki (Heybeliada) Theological School - Ready to operate

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The Temple of Poseidon, Sounio - A background of endless blue

The view from the temple is breathtaking. From hear, Theseus began his journey to Crete in order to kill the Minotaur. From hear also, his father, Aegeus, fell to his death from the cliffs thinking his son had been killed. In honor of the fallen king the sea was named the Aegean.