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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Etia villa and settlementEtia probably took its name from the tree Itea (willow) The village seems to have been populated since the Byzantine period as one can see from the remaining churches of Aghios-Ioannis and Aghia-Ekaterini. During the Venetian reign it was on of the largest villages of the area with 563 citizens.

Published in Ancient sites

Karidi plateauA completely different picture than by other parts of Sitia is projected on the plateau of "Karydi", located on the mountainous area on the southeast of Sitia and west of Zakros. Here is the "Kingdom of Stone", the "rocky-garden" of Nikos Kazantzakis, the imprints of the world's creation.

Published in Natural environment

Voila settlement in ChandrasThe deserted settlement of Voila occupies the north and west sides of the steep hill located on the eastern side of the Armenochantrades plateau. On the southeast side the settlement is protected by the steep cliff. In the north and western sides of the hill, the houses are built like fortifications, while a short wall is protecting the remaining perimeter towards the valley.

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