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About Santorini

Akrotiri is located next to the famous Red Beach and is the most important archaeological site of Santorini in Greece. Akrotiri was originally a Minoan settlement, covered with wall paintings of flowers, dolphins, fishing, boxing and other ancient everyday life scenes. The city has impressive 2 and 3 story buildings. Everything has been extremely well preserved because of the volcanic soil of the area. The city found in Akrotiri must have devastated by the terrible eruption of Santorini’s volcano around 1500 BC. Unfortunately the site is suspended at the moment. The beautiful fresco of Akrotiri, Santorini, can only be seen in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Akrotiri has numerous other centers of interest. There are many hotels and also many taverns located in the area. Some of them are found in the traditional way, inside an alcove.

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