Naxos

Published by Jan Migenda — 2 years ago

Blog: Super Sicily
Tags: Erasmus blog Taormina, Taormina, Italy

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Passing this island in the sea (a good place for a castle?), we went to the bay of Naxos. At home, we have some dried rose leafs from there ... it would be a promising place!

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The idyllic villages in the hills watch over the bay while a great ship rushes into the port.

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This sign with Ionic columns greeted the visitors in Greek reading "Naxos". In the background, you can see the ship from the last photo (?).

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This statue at the beach probably shows Nausicaa, a young woman from ancient mythology who cared for Odysseus as he was wounded and tired.


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