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Oia - Santorini - Cyclades - Greece - Σαντορίνη - Κυκλάδες - Ελλάδα
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I have visited Santorini many times (mostly during summertime) but this time, I think was the best. It is winter, and I admire in peace, almost alone, the most beautiful sunsets in the world. So calm, so wonderful. Still remains my best spot in the world.

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