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Team, Place & City Details

Asteras Vlachioti F.C.

Asteras Vlachioti Football Club is a Greek football club based in Vlachioti, Laconia, Greece.

Santorini
Santorini

Santorini , officially Thira (Greek: Θήρα [ˈθira]) and classic Greek Thera (English pronunciation ), is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km (120 mi) southeast from Greece. Its the largest island of a small, circular archipelago, which bears the same name and is the remnant of a volcanic caldera.

Santorini affair

The Santorini was a fishing boat used for weapons-smuggling, which was captured in May 2001 by the Israeli Shayetet 13 Naval Commando Unit. This was the first ship caught in an attempt to smuggle weapons to Palestinian-controlled territories.

Santorini (Thira) International Airport
Santorini (Thira) International Airport

Santorini International Airport is an airport in Santorini/Thira, Greece (IATA: JTR, ICAO: LGSR), located north of the village of Kamari. The airport serves both as a military and a civil airport.

Santorini (game)
Santorini (game)

Santorini is an abstract strategy board game for 2-4 players designed and released in 2004 by Gordon Hamilton and republished via Kickstarter in 2016 by Roxley Games. Inspired by the architecture of cliffside villages on Santorini Island in Greece, and primarily designed for two players, the game is played on a grid where each turn players build a town by placing building pieces up to three levels high.

Santorini (wine)
Santorini (wine)

Santorini is a Greek wine region located on the archipelago of Santorini in the southern Cyclades islands of Greece. Wine has been produced there since ancient times, but it was during the Middle Ages that the wine of Santorini became famous worldwide under the influence of the Republic of Venice.

Santorini caldera
Santorini caldera

Santorini caldera is a large, mostly submerged caldera, located in the southern Aegean Sea, 120 kilometers north of Crete in Greece. Visible above water is the circular Santorini island group, consisting of Santorini , the main island, Therasia and Aspronisi at the periphery, and the Kameni islands at the center.

Santorini cable car
Santorini cable car

The Santorini cable car connects the port with the town of Thera in Santorini island in Greece. It was constructed as a donation of the “Loula & Evangelos Nomikos Foundation”.

Santorini tomato

The Santorini tomato 'τοματάκι Σαντορίνης' is a variety of cherry tomato from Santorini, Greece. Santorinis have a deep red color and have firm, not particularly moist flesh with a high seed content.

Santorini Film Festival

Santorini Film Festival is an annual film festival organized by HF Productions held in June in Santorini, an island in the southern Aegean Sea. The festival was first held in June 2018, and held annually to promote independent cinema in the area and globally.

Minoan eruption
Minoan eruption

The Minoan eruption was a major catastrophic volcanic eruption that devastated the Aegean island of Thera in around 1600 BCE. It destroyed the Minoan settlement at Akrotiri, as well as communities and agricultural areas on nearby islands and the coast of Crete with subsequent earthquakes and tsunamis. With a VEI magnitude between 6 and 7, resulting in an ejection of approximately 60 km3 (14 cu mi) of dense-rock equivalent (DRE), the eruption was one of the largest volcanic events on Earth in human history.Although there are no clear ancient records of the eruption, its plume may have been described in the Egyptian Tempest Stele, and the ensuing volcanic winter coincides with a cold wave mentioned in the Chinese Bamboo Annals.