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Sunset at Emborios - Kalymnos - Greece
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Sunset at Emborios in Kalymnos island - One can swim at the lovely surrounding beaches and visit the settlement of Skalia, the site where the ancient borough of Skaliodan possibly once stood, and the beautiful Kastri (castle) of which only some parts of the walls and the tower still stand.

Copyright: Iraklis kavouklis
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Geüpload: 21/03/2009
Geüpdatet: 12/11/2013
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Tags: kalymnos; emborios; sunset; greece
  • Merle Layden 10 months ago
    Excellent. Very representative of the Greek Islands.
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