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    General visit

    by lina112 Written Jun 18, 2005

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    Poros is a bit further than Aegina, with a good connection to the Piraeus port.
    Pine forests around the beautiful beaches, the picturesque monastery of Zoodochous Pigis, as well as its narrow streets.

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    The Archaeological Museum

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    It was constructed in 60's, located next to the sea. The museum is small and has two floors.
    The exhibits are objects from excavations in ancient Kalavria (the main part of the island) and Troizinia.
    Unfortunately (for me), pictures -even without flash- are not allowed...

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    Where to moor?

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    Traffic...

    The town of Poros is popular, especially between the Athenians who have yachts - or rent them.
    During the summer weekends, it will be difficult to find an empty space...

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    Romance...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    This is the view of the port of Poros and the town of Galatas in the mainland from the clocktower.
    A romantic place, surely...

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    The jewel of Poros

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    The clocktower (built in 1927) is the first image of Poros, as it is located at the top of the hill in the centre of the town, among pine trees.
    It rises above the town of Poros and rings every hour.

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    Night falls...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    ...and Poros becomes even more fascinating, especially if you start walking in its narrow streets and observe everything around you...

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    Double character

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    The town has a cosmopolitan and traditional colour at the same time.
    There are many taverns, cafeterias, tourist shops, bars next to the coast.

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    How to become poor...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    Better closed than open...

    It is a part of a house, in a neo-classical style.
    For "walking cameras" as me, Poros town is an ideal place to spend some films in a short time...

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    More bread...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    These pigeons were waiting to have their meal too, small pieces of bread and cheesepie, next to the sea.

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    Fishermen...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    I don't know why, but I'm jealous of them, their life sounds so quiet and peaceful to me, although it has its difficulties too.
    Maybe I was a fisherman in my previous life...

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    Common colours...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    This is one of the few two-floored houses of the town.
    Most of them are by the sea and big, in a neo-classical style.

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    Model again...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    What a pose!

    Sometimes Andreas leaves his weapon -the camera- and is being photograghed too.
    I think it would be better for him just to take pictures...

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    So usual...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    Such pictures are common in any greek island, Poros couldn't be the exception.
    I wonder how postmen can find the right address all the time...

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    The opposite view

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    Galatas in the background

    This is the view from the highest point of the town of Poros, the top of the hill where the clocktower stands...

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    So close...

    by AndyRG Updated Jul 7, 2003

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    It is the view from Galatas, the little town in mainland.
    After 5' by ferries or sea taxis you are already in an island...

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