54 Days at Sea — Santorini Part 2

Santorini panorama

One of the neat things you’ll notice as you stroll around the inhabited crater crest of the Santorini caldera are the really neat ways people decorate their homes, even the rooftops:

Santorini rooftop decoration

Even the Santorini street vendors are colorful, such as the turquoise jewelry lined up on this sun-baked wall:

Turquoise for sale

Of course, being built upon the remains of an exploded volcano means that dramatic, sheer cliffs abound everywhere:

Santorini cliffs

Looking down the cliffs, toward the deep blue of the Aegean Sea, you’ll be treated to views such as this:


As I mentioned on Monday, Santorini is perhaps most famous for its many blue-domed churches. But there are other interesting churches around the island as well. Take a look at this stone church:

Santorini stone church

Now for a little photo gallery/slide show of more Santorini images. Click on any image below to enlarge the photo and bring up the slide show:

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