Roof 1

The Roof-1 position, using the box1 module class styling.

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Roof 2

The Roof-2 position, using the box2 module class styling.

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Roof 3

The Roof-3 position, using the box3 module class styling.

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Roof 4

The Roof-4 position, using the box4 module class styling.

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Roof 5

The Roof-5 position, using the box5 module class styling.

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Top 1

The Top-1 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 2

The Top-2 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 3

The Top-3 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 4

The Top-4 position, using its default module class styling.

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Top 5

The Top-5 position, using its default module class styling.

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Utility 1

The Utility-1 position, using the box1 badge-new module class styling.

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Utility 2

The Utility-2 position, using the box3 badge-hot module class styling.

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Utility 3

The Utility-3 position, using the box4 badge-pick module class styling.

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Utility 4

The Utility-4 position, using the box5 badge-top module class styling.

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Feature 2

The Feature-2 position, using its default styling.

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Feature 3

The Feature-3 position, using its default styling.

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Feature 4

The Feature-4 position, using its default styling.

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Feature 5

The Feature-5 position, using its default styling.

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Main Top 1

The Main Top-1 position, using the box1 title5 module class styling.

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Main Top 2

The Main Top-2 position, using the box2 title4 module class styling.

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Main Top 3

The Main Top-3 position, using the box8 title1 module class styling.

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Main Top 4

The Main Top-4 position, using the box7 title2 module class styling.

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Main Top 5

The Main Top-5 position, using its default module styling.

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Content Top 2

The Content Top-2 position, using the box7 title7 module class styling.

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Kazarma fortressThe castle fortress known today as "Kazarma" (Casa di arma), is the most imposing historical monument in Sitia.

The Kazarma used to be a military and administrative centre which consisted of a Medieval dwelling surrounded by walls. The fortification of the town and of the Kazarma can be dated to the late Byzantine period.

Published in Ancient sites

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