Architecture of Syros

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Saturday 07 May, 2016 by Uncle Spike

The Greek island of Syros is the northernmost isle of the Cyclades, and covers 83 sq km (32 sq miles) with a population is 21,500. As the capital of the Cyclades, Syros is somewhat different from the neighbouring islands, with a rich history stretching back 5000 years.

The Wikipedia page is quite informative by the way 🙂

But what stuck was the stunning architecture of the main town, Ermoupoli.

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4 thoughts on “Architecture of Syros

  1. Beautiful pictures Spike! One of the many places on my bucket list. I hope to find you’re doing well and you and your family are safe. I’ve been thinking about you a lot these days. Prayers for Istanbul and for you and your family.

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