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Turkish island of Bozcaada

Turkish island of Bozcaada

Island Bozcaada or Tenedos (Bozcaada in Turkish and Tenedhos in Greek) is situated in the northern part of the Aegean Sea and has an area of 22.5 km, and is the third largest island in Turkey after Čokčeade and Marmara. The island is known for its grapes and wine and it can often hear that the best kept secret of turkey! One of the few magical places where you can enjoy and relax without hordes of tourists around you. The island is characterized by a lot of windmills, but say they have amazing sunsets here.

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