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Traditional costumes from Aegean Islands, Mykonos, Chios, Limnos. Rich fabrics and harmonious, vibrant colors! National costumes in many variations, great variety and excellent quality.
Aegean Sea called the maritime area of the eastern Mediterranean between Greece and A. M. Asia, sometimes called Archipelago. Has an area of 240.000 km2. and a maximum depth of 2.249 m between Crete and the Cyclades. Largest city of the département is Rhodes. It was the birthplace of the Aegean civilization. According to legend, the name comes from Aigaia, king of Athens and father of Theseus, who fell and drowned in the waters of the sea from the temple of Poseidon at Sounion. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia