Anafiotika

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The Aegean in the heart of Athens. At the point where the oracle of Delphi has forbidden habitation and Ethiopian slaves had found refuge during the Turkish occupation, workers and craftsmen from Anafi, who came to Athens to work, built their Cycladic neighborhood after the Liberation. The tiny whitewashed houses among the rocks, the gardens filled with flowers, the narrow alleys, the blue windows create a magnificent sight with an endless horizon and a magic view to the city.
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