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Greece in photos and words

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PAXI

The smallest island in the Ionian Islands, Greece, is Paxi. It’s a little gem. The tiny main town of Gaios is another Venetian remnant with pretty, colourful old buildings. The protected waterfront is a mass of boats of every description and the main square, with tavernas surrounding its pink church, is particularly attractive. My photographs include street scenes, some odd little shops and faded facades of the old buildings. Pix no 1026 is an interesting remnant of World War Two - an aero engine now propping up a fig tree! The last three pictures are of the Blue Cave on Antipaxi, the tiny next-door island.
 





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