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Stroggulo Voudouri Panorama
Greece

This is the beach front of Chalkida town. It is well known across the world because of the tide effect which is quite unique in that the waters here travel south for 6 hours and north for another 6 hours and this keeps on repeating since we first became aware of this effect. Mainland Greece connects via sliding bridge (called the 'Old Bridge') to the island of Evia and this is the first of two connecting bridges. The beachfront is filled with tavernas and cafeterias of all sorts and it is a place well visited by tourists but mainly from Athens.

Copyright: Dimitris dimitrakakis
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Uploaded: 15/11/2012
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: voudouri street; chalkida; evia; beachfront; coffee shops; bars; crazy waters; tavernas; beach
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