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Sun rising in Andros Island. (stick of 2 shots)
Andros is the most northerly and second largest island of the Cyclades after Naxos. Its size is 374 square kilometres, with a length of 39.8 kilometres and a width of 16.7 kilometres at
its widest. There is approximately 110 kilometres of coastline. The terrain is mountainous but the habited areas are relatively level. The island is divided into five regions by four
mountainous masses. These are, Mount Saranda (725 metres) which faces north from the highlands of Makrotandalos (approx height 200 metres) and south from the valleys of Batsi,
Ateni and Katakoilos. Mount Petalo the main mountain on the island, with the highest peak of Andros (Kouvara at 994 metres) lies between the above mentioned valleys to the north
and the valley of Messaria in the south. Mount Gerakonas (at 720 metres) lies between the valleys of Messaria and Korthi. .Finally is Mount Pachi (at 681 metres) which is south of the
valley of Korthi and ends at the most southern tip of the island. (http://www.in2greece.com)

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