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In Dispilio accidentally discovered in 1932 the first lake settlement of 5,000 BC around, indicating that the Kastoria had inhabited since Neolithic times. In the area of ​​the excavation created the first Greek Ecomuseum and formed a representation of a prehistoric lake village with huts on wooden platforms in the lake, which have household utensils and tools of the era. Located on the lake of Kastoria.
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The lake of Kastoria (Greek: Λίμνη Ορεστιάδα) named Orestiada at an altitude of 620m has an area of ​​28.655 sq km total length of 7.500m., Maximum width of 5.425m. and is the eleventh largest lake in size in Greece. Kastoria, Greece.
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Bansko is situated in Southeastern Bulgaria at an altitude of 900 meters and it's an ideal place for ski and snowboard. The cable car runs from the village of Bansko (at 900 meters) and puts on ski slopes (at 1600 feet), with the peak in 2600.
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The ski slopes in Bansko has a length of 16 km, starting from Todorka peak (2600m) and ends at the first lift station, located at the foot of the city (936m). Bansko, Bulgaria.
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Mylopotamos is a very beautiful beach with cliffs and golden sands and clear blue water which is always clean. Pilion, Greece.
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The beach of Papa Nero is a lovely golden sands where the lush mountainous vegetation reaches the sea. Pilion, Greece.
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La plage de Papa Nero est une belle plage de sable doré où la végétation luxuriante montagneuse atteint la mer. Pilion, Grèce.
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Une très belle plage avec des falaises et du sable doré et des eaux cristallines qui sont toujours propre. Pilion, Grèce.
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Aerial view of Vai palm forest and palm beach of Vai, made up of Cretan Date Palm (Phoenix Theophrasti), island of Crete
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Vai, or more specifically the palm forest of Vai, is one of the most popular sights in Crete and one of the most beautiful and special places in the whole Mediterranean. Vai was “discovered” by hippies who were turned out of Matala in the early 70s. In the 1980s Vai was decreed a protected area. Crete, Greece.
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Sitia or Siteia is a small but charming market town in Lassithi Prefecture, Crete, laid out in a horseshoe shape on the side of a hill in the northeast of the island. Crete, Greece.
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The Venetian fortress of Koules dominates the entrance to the Venetian harbour of Heraklion. It is one of the most familiar and beloved monuments of the city, and the symbol of Heraklion. Crete, Greece.
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What survives of the Venetian shipyards in Heraklion is located in the Venetian port. The docks are roofed oblong spaces for building and repairing ships of the Venetian fleet. There was a grand engineering project, whose construction is divided into four phases from 15th to 17th.
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The Lions in Heraklion is the square of the Fontana Morosini, the ornate Venetian fountain with four lions with water gushing from their mouths. The fountain with the lions is one of the most important monuments the Venetians bestowed on Heraklion. When it was built, it offered a solution to the problem of supplying Heraklion with water, providing 1,000 barrels of water a day.
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Agia Galini is a very beautiful sandy beach in the south of Crete only a few kilometers from Ierapetra.
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Tourists on the beach, Chrissi island or also Hrissi island in the Libyan Sea, close to the northern coast of the island of Gavdos, Greece
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Beach on Chrissi island or Gaidouronisi (Greek: Γαϊδουρονήσι) small islet off the southern coast of Crete
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Chrissi or Hrissi or Gaidouronissi Island lies 15km south of Ierapetra. In the middle of the Libyan sea. The island's nature is pure and mysterious. Bays, secret or not, pure beaches, crystal-blue water, rare cedar forests, fragile ecosystems, species of plants and animals have existed undisturbed on Chrissi island for hundreds of thousand of years. Ruins of buildings from the pre-historical and historical time demonstrate the length of human presence on Chrissi. Crete, Greece.
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Ierapetra is in southeast Crete, in an extremely strategic position controlling the south coast of Crete and the Libyan Sea. Favoured both by position and by nature, Ierapetra has always been an important centre of the island. It has grown into the largest town in south Crete. Greece.
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View from Spinalonga, which is a small island near Elounda in East Crete. Spinalonga is also known as the Leper Island, as that is where lepers from Crete and the rest of Greece were quarantined until 1957. Today thousands of tourists visit Spinalonga each summer by boat from Agios Nikolaos, Elounda and Plaka, for a tour of its ruined buildings, which the Archaeological Service is laboriously trying to maintain.
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Elounda is located in east Crete, north of Agios Nikolaos and south of the seaside resort of Plaka. Once discovered by tourism, Elounda developed into a resort famous for its beautiful scenery and the luxury hotels which are still being built in the area. It is said to be the place with the most five-star hotels in Greece. Crete, Greece.
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Elunda peninsula near Elounda (Greek: Ελούντα) fishing town on the northern coast of the island of Crete, Greece
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To go there you have to follow the dirt track past the windmills on the isthmus that joins Elounda with the peninsula in front of it. It is a ten-minute drive and you will have to park your car at the end of the road and walk on the path descending to the shore. To your left there is a rocky coast that naturists prefer. No facilities. To your right there is an excellent small sandy beach with no facilities. Elounda, Crete, Greece.
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The leper colony cemetery at Spinalonga. Spinalonga is a small island near Elounda in East Crete. Spinalonga is also known as the Leper Island, as that is where lepers from Crete and the rest of Greece were quarantined until 1957. Today thousands of tourists visit Spinalonga each summer by boat from Agios Nikolaos, Elounda and Plaka, for a tour of its ruined buildings, which the Archaeological Service is laboriously trying to maintain. Crete, Greece.
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