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Polychrono beach street
Greece

Street next to the beach of the town of Polychrono.

Polychrono is a town/village on the Kassandra branch of the Halkidiki peninsula.

The street near the beach hosts some shops, hotels and beach bars.

Inthe evenings people use it to take walks near the water.

During the day fruit and vegetable merchants stop their pickup trucks and offer fresh fruit to people on the beach

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Tags: polychrono; beach; street; greece; halkidiki; chalkidiki
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