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Port Khios

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Chios, Hios
Position N 38 23' 9", E 26 08' 30" 
Facilities A port entry. Port police and customs.
VHF 12 
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Charts: British Admiralty Chart 1568

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Its capital and chief port, also called Chios, is a lively town on the east coast of the island, opposite the shores of ancient Ionia. A happy blend of traditional and modern, Chios has a large mediaeval castle which dominates the harbour. Its walls enclose the old section of town, whose houses are embellished with lattice windows and balconies.
The town also has two distinguished museums, the Archaeological Museum with finds from the island, and the Museum of Modern Greek Sculpture with works by the internationally famous sculptor, Halepas, among others. In addition, the Korai Library, one of the most important in Greece, contains 95,000 volumes, including the founder's collection of rare books, and an exhibit of local costumes.

 

 

 

Khios Island. Eastern Sporades and Aegean Sea. Greek Marinas and Port information


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