img_2518 The Samaria gorge is around 10km long, is wide at the beginning (altitude: around 1200m) and narrows until it reaches the village of Agia Roumeli by the sea.
The Samaria gorge is around 10km long, is wide at the beginning (altitude: around 1200m) and narrows until it reaches the village of Agia Roumeli by the sea.
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img_2522 Pine forest, at the highest parts of the gorge.
Pine forest, at the highest parts of the gorge.
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img_2526_Agios_Nikolaos Agios Nikolaos church.
Agios Nikolaos church.
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img_2540_Agrimia Agrimia (also called kri-kri) wild goat.
Agrimia (also called kri-kri) wild goat.
img_2546_Agrimia Agrimia (also called kri-kri) wild goat.
Agrimia (also called kri-kri) wild goat.
img_2549_Agrimia Agrimia (also called kri-kri) wild goats.
Agrimia (also called kri-kri) wild goats.
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img_2559_Samaria The village of Samaria was uninhabited until the gorge was turned into a park in 1962. Now only park rangers live in the former village.
The village of Samaria was uninhabited until the gorge was turned into a park in 1962. Now only park rangers live in the former village.
img_2571_Samaria_Agrimia Wild goat in Samaria.
Wild goat in Samaria.
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img_2600_Sideroportes The "iron gates": the gorge is only 3m wide at its narrowest point near the sea.
The "iron gates": the gorge is only 3m wide at its narrowest point near the sea.
img_2602_Sideroportes The iron gates.
The iron gates.

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