Santorini. Cyclades. Greece. View of Santorini’s dazzling whitewashed captial Fira, which is perched precariously overlooking the azure blue waters of the caldera. Mt Profitis Ilias, the island’s highest summit is in the background. Located at the southern limits of the Cyclades, Santorini is the Mediterranean’s and one of world’s most spectacular and uniquely beautiful islands. Its caldera, a vast flooded volcanic crater with giant plunging cliffs stands as witness to the 17th century BC catastrophic eruption, the most violent volcanic eruption in human history.
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