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  • Donkey paths in Chora

    Donkeys have played a very important role in Greece’s past and especially in insular Greece. Donkeys have been a reliable partner for transporting goods , as well as, the main means of personal transportation around the island until less than a century ago. The donkey has been used for carrying olives, grapes, and other domestic …

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  • Aenaon Serenity in Thira

    Aenaon topos.  Aenaon in Greek means perpetual; for this location the perpetual travel of theran ash into endless aegean blue. Aenaon Villas is located at the highest point on the ridge of Caldera, Santorini along the old path between Oia and Imerovigli. The site is the ultimate observatory of ‘aenaon’ view towards all cardinal points …

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  • Santorini Hues | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the Hues of Santorini; the colorful tones of Santorini sunset and the natural terrain of the island to be reflected into the bright white of the houses and the deep blue waters of the Aegean. Beyond the classic Greek blue and white skyline, Santoríni is an island of burnt orange …

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  • Santorini Blues | Moodboard

    The moodboard draws inspiration from the Blues of Santorini, the largest island of a small, circular archipelago and remnant of a volcanic caldera. When you glide through the cobalt waters of the Aegean Sea to reach Santoríni, the crescent-shaped island in Greece’s Cyclades, it’s the thousand-foot cliffs that first come into view. The harmonious relationship …

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