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Limni Sailing Club
Greece

This is the Limni Marina where local fishermen tie their boats and sail from on a day to day basis to bring back the daily catch.  On the same location the Limni Sailing Club operates launching training sessions for various classes of Olympic based programs. 

Limni is the most beautiful location on the island of Evia due to the architecture, location and history.  During the summer season many tourists visit to spend quality time while combining sea and mountain activities.

At a very close distance lie the monasteries of Saint John the Russian and Saint David and closer yet the female monastery of Galataki.

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Uploaded: 05/01/2013
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