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Thursday, September 08, 2005

Póros, Greece
This front door you can find on the Greek island of Póros. Póros is a vulcanic island, that was named after the main town when it was formed by the bridge connection of the two islands, Kalouria (Kalavria), a larger and lusher island with green hills and beautiful coastlines, and Sphaeria (Sferia), a small rocky island. The town Póros on the island is built against the hills and is with it's blue white homes a true example of Greek architecture. At the center of the town is worth visiting the Archaeological museum and the island’s trademark the "clock-tower". This photo was taken by Olivia Kallergi and sent in by her husband.
posted by /T/ at 11:34 AM