January 4, 2015

Oia, Greece

Photograph by Bob Rowlands, National Geographic Your Shot

Blue domes and whitewashed walls distinguish churches in the Greek islands, such as this one in Oia, a town perched on the edge of Santorini's huge volcanic caldera. Tourism is by far the biggest industry in Santorini, and Oia is unquestionably the most photographed hamlet in the Aegean.

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