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Naousa streets at night
Greece

A stroll through the town of Naousa at night, through the winding cobbled streets with the white washed houses and the modern shops, combines the nostalgia of the past with the lively present of this unusual yet traditional island town.

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Uploaded: 06/01/2010
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Tags: naousa; cyclades; night streets; paros; island; greek islands; greece
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