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Telendos Island Dodecanese Greece
Greece

Telendos is a small island 0,5 miles of the coast of Kalymnos. It's a part of Dodecanese island complex, it has near 50 inhabitans and mainly they make their living from the sea and secondary from tourism.It a major atraction for climbers as it's mountain is easy to get to and has the perfect conditions for them. Every September in Kalymnos-Telendos takes place a wellknown Climbing Festival sponsored by NorthFace.

Copyright: Dimitri kladogenis
Type: Cylindrical
Resolution: 11000x2213
Geüpload: 06/10/2013
Geüpdatet: 15/10/2013
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Tags: climbing fesival; rock; northface; vacations
  • Polivios-Andrianidis 11 months ago
    Πραγματικά υπέροχη Δημήτρη μου. Έχω φάει όμως τέτοιο κόλλημα φίλε μου με τα σφαιρικά που ψάχνω σε κάθε φωτογραφία σου να δώ το πάνω κάτω της κάθε φωτογραφίας και απογοητεύομαι όταν δε συμβαίνει. Ειδικά η συγκεκριμένη θα ήταν υπέροχη να ήταν σφαιρική. Κατανοώ δε την έλειψη χρόνου σου και πώς αυτές είναι παλαιότερες λήψεις η οποίες και υπάρχουν στο αρχείο σου.
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