Aigina, Greece

Aigina is located in the Saronic Gulf. Aegina is roughly triangular in shape, while an extinct volcano constitutes two thirds of the island. The most characteristic crop of Aegina today is pistachio. A great landmark of Aigina is the Temple of Aphaea, a goddess which was later associated with Athena; the temple was part of a pre-Christian, equilateral holy triangle of temples including the Athenian Parthenon and the temple of Poseidon at Sounion. Due to its proximity to Athens, it is a popular quick getaway during the summer months.

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