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Peering Across the Santorini Caldera

Santorini is among the most beautiful Greek isles, with its white-washed buildings and sapphire domes. In the second millennium BCE, the Thera volcano erupted violently, leaving a caldera, of which modern day Santorini is a part. This view across the upper cliff displays the man-made beauty of Santorini complemented by the natural beauty of the opposing aspect of the caldera in the background.

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Date Taken: 07.2014
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PHOTO LOCATION Santorini, Greece