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|A perfect high resolution overlay of an interesting village on a small Greek island in the Aegean sea. The name of the village is Mamados. Enjoy!|
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|A perfect high resolution overlay of an interesting village on a small Greek island in the Aegean sea. The name of the village is Mamados. Enjoy!||03/16/2006||909|
| After Elba and the Giglio it is the third island of most northern from Tuscany Archipel for dimensions and after Gorgona. The porticciolo it is the heart of the country, where the little tens of inhabitants gather that are available between fishermen and traders. The houses are all lowlands and placed side by side one to the other, from above of one cliff erge the Saint Fort George, connected ...||01/16/2007||1,483|
|High resolution of Koumelas village - situated on a cliff at the northern side of Tinos island - Greece.||03/16/2006||571|
|The island's nickname came from its apparent resemblance to a battleship. The clue to the island's mystery lies in coal mining. Reached by long descending tunnels, coal beds below the bottom of the ocean near Hashima disgorged huge quantities of high-grade coal for almost a century. But in 1974 the inhabitants abandoned the island to the wind and salt spray, leaving behind only unneeded belongi...||12/06/2008||766|
|The 3 cliff trains West Cliff, East Cliff and Fischerman's railways are a famous sight in Bournemouth and are listed on the British Heritage List.||05/24/2006||385|
|High resolution overlay of Agios Ioannis Porto Village, Tinos island, Greece. Two fantastic beaches visible in the photo.||03/16/2006||1,008|
|The Colossus of Rhodes was a statue of the Greek god Helios, erected in the city of Rhodes on the Greek island of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos between 292 and 280 BC. It is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Before its destruction, the Colossus of Rhodes stood over 30 meters (107 ft) high, making it one of the tallest statues of the ancient world.|
|The old Hojerup Church was build of chalk stones from the cliff in 1250 to 1300 and was far away from the cliff. Because of erosion during time the church came closer to the cliff and 1928 the chansel and parts of the church yard fell down. But the church was allready closed in 1910.|
Today the church is secured and open to public with a great view over the Baltic Sea.
|The most prominent building in Fener, is definitely the historical Greek High School, which is commonly known as Red School||10/07/2005||496|
|High resolution overlay of Tinos town - the capital of the Greek island of Tinos. This is one of the highest resolution overlays in GE.||03/16/2006||697|
|From CNN.com: ATHENS, Greece (Reuters) -- A Cypriot airliner carrying 110 people crashed north of Athens on Sunday, Greek state television reported.|
State television said there was an unconfirmed report that one of the pilots of the Helios Airlines plane had collapsed with illness just before the crash.
A Greek Defense Ministry official told Reuters the airplane ha...