Landmarks in Skyros


This beautiful traditional lighthouse built of stone in 1894 has a tower that's 12.5 meters. It's glass windows on the top of the light house look like something out of a time machine as well.
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This airy square is dedicated to the English poet Rupert Brooke who was a philhellene. In 1915 as he was aboard a ship and on his deathbed, he expressed his wish to be buried on Skyros. His grave lies in Treis Boukies
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English poet Rupert Brooke was laid to rest in the bay of Treis Boukies in 1915. He was a volunteer officer in Egypt, and on his way to the Dardanelles fell ill. His boat landed on Skyros to bury him upon his wishes. Read the interesting inscription on his tombstone.
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Get an in-depth look on the history and mystery of southern Evia’s Drakospita as well as its numerous plant and animal species at the Centre for Environmental Awareness between the villages of Kalyvia and Nikasi just north of Karystos.
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