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Market of Paroikia
Greece

Paroikia is the island’s capital city and its governmental and commercial centre, hosting the island’s merchant and passenger port. In the narrow cobbled passages around the castle (old market)of Paroikia and along the waterfront you can find all kinds of shops.

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Tags: paroikia; market; paros; island; greek islands; cyclades
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