Omodhos was a small picturesque old village which has been preserved pretty much in it's original state. Small narrow streets - a nice place to walk around. There are lot's of artists, paintings, lace and crochet work, etc.
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Making crochet goods.


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Interior of the Church of the Wooden Cross.


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Pretty yellow flowers

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Lace goods for sale on the street.

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Painting on the sidewalk.

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I wonder what lace umbrellas are used for. They do have a lot of sun.

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Courtyard of private home.

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A Kitty.

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This man is the only glass-blower on the island.

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This is the local winemaker. The wine was about $2. a bottle. (And not real good.)

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The front patio area of this house is completely covered the a grapevine. And - can you see all the bunches of grapes hanging down?

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