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Road to Agia Paraskevi
   Greek islands were formed two ways. The first one is they were volcanos that built up over time on cracks in the plate. The second is they were Paleolithic mountain tops which the last ice age cut off from the Baltic states and Asia Minor by flooding the Ionian and Aegean. Either way they are very hilly and have drastic elevation change. In some cases the Greeks cut through cliffs to build their road leaving the rock exposed in neat patterns (yes I was a science major in college).

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Near Mitilini

Another near Mitilini

Future Arnaki Kortopolo

House near Ag. Paraskevi

A Mole

Sierra like Landscape

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All photos by John L. Polos
Copyright August 23, 2001