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SIFNOS VILLAGES ANO PETALI

ANO PETALI
Ano Petali is the village with the most beautiful view of the eastern side of the island. Standing in the courtyard of Saint John, you can see not only all the main villages in the center of Siphnos but also Kastro and the Aegean in the distance, a truly panoramic view.

The most southern of the three villages that used to form the municipality of Artemonas, its boundaries begin exactly where Apollonia ends, at Taxiarchaki and end where the village of Saint Loukas begins, the stone bridge on the main road that crosses the island, a spot known as Gournia. Of architectural and historical interest here is the church of Saint Antypas (1636), the location of a school founded by Nikolaos Chrysogelos and operated by his pupil, Georgios Psaraftis during the period of the Greek revolution against the Turks. Ano Petali has a hotel, rooms for rent, a supermarket, a shot of electrical appliances, a paint shop, and the well-known traditional coffeehouse of Phelou.
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ANO PETALI PHOTOS

PETALI VIEW - PETALI VIEW Agios Ioannis Church - The village of Artemonas on the Greek island Sifnos at dawn.



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