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Carpathos - Greek Islands Highlights:
Remote rugged island
The treeless island of Carpathos (Kapathos) is one of the Dodecanese group in the Aegean Sea. The principal town of the is Pigadhia in the south of the island. With a history closely tied to the island of Rhodes, the island was under Venetian rule from 1306 to about 1540, when it fell to the Turks. In 1912 it passed to Italy and became Greek after World War II.

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