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Garden near Manolis Kambanakis's house in the town of Sitia (Crete, Greece)
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A little fruit garden near the old house of Manolis Kambanakis. The house is constructed in traditional greek style and situated near the harbor in little town of Sitia (Eastern Crete, Greece). Manolis moved here after his mother passed away. It is supposed that the house will be deconstructed soon to release place for a new modern building. That's why Manolis wanted to have these shots for memory.

Copyright: Victorina
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Caricate: 06/09/2010
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Tags: tree; garden; fruit; house; crete; greece; sitia; table; old; traditional
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