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The village of Moria and the Roman aquaduct on the island of Lesbos in Greece
Moria Lesbos

The village of Moria, its brightly coloured houses, beautiful church, yellow tower and its beautiful Roman aquaduct, is situated a little bit north of the capital of Mytilini. In the village there are quite some tavernas and souvenirshops for the people that come to take a look at the aquaduct. In the mainstreet where all the traffic passes there is a sign pointing towards this Roman sight. The aquaduct lies at the end of a 500 meter long path. It leads along some agricultural grounds with goats, chickens and vegetables to a small river where the aquaduct is situated. It's possible ti reach it by car, but the roads are very narrow. Inside the village there are fruittrees, and lots of light blue, green, yellow and beige houses, and sometimes an old house. In the tavernas it is busy and the people speak very loudly. On the main road there is also a minimarket and an old fountain from the Turkish period. On the edge of the town you can find the big church with its yellow tower, and a monument surrounded by cypres trees.

Hans Huisman, 2014
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