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Thirty Lighthouses in Greece Open to the Public on Sunday, August 21

The Greek navy will open the doors to 30 of Greece’s lighthouses on Sunday, August 21, on the occasion of International Lighthouse Day. Visitors will have the opportunity to learn all about the importance of lighthouses and the role of lighthouse keepers. The lighthouses in the following 30 Greek destinations will be open to the public from 10 am to 7 pm:

Agios Nikolaos – Kea
Akrotiri – Thira
Arkitsa – Fthiotida
Avlida – Viotia V
asilina – Evia
Vrysaki – Lavrio
Gerogombos – Kefalonia
Gourouni – Skopelos
Drepano – Achaia
Drepano – Chania
Kassandra – Chalkidiki
Katakolo – Ilia
Keri – Zakynthos
Kranai – Gythio
Lakka – Paxi
Megalo Emvolo – Thessaloniki
Melagkavi – Loutraki
Plaka – Lemnos
Skinari – Zakynthos
Sousaki – Korinthos
Spathi – Serifos
Psaromyta – Fokida
Kokkinopoulo – Psara
Alexandroupoli – Alexandroupoli
Tainaron – Laconia
Koprena – Arta
Kaki Kefali – Chalkida
Thessaloniki
Monemvasia – Laconia
Dana – Poros

As you can see above the one in Crete at Drepano.

Via GTP Headlines

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