Santorini

[Thira] Santorini (Thira) National Airport is an airport in Santorini/Thira, Greece {airport codes|JTR|LGSR}, located north of the village of Kamari. The airport serves both as a military and as a civil airport. With its relatively small apron, the airport is only able to serve up to 6 civilian planes at the same time. The tower (freq. 118....
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Santorini

[tomato] The Santorini is a cherry tomato native to Santorini, Greece. ==History - == An abbot of the Capuchin monastery in Ano Syros (Cyclades) brought the first cherry tomatoes to Greece in 1818. The variety of tomato began to be regularly cultivated in 1875. By the 1900s, 20,000 acres of tomatoes were regularly being harvested in Santori...
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Santorini

[wine] Santorini is a Greek wine region located on the archipelago of Santorini in the southern Cyclades islands of the Greece. Wine has been produced there since ancient times, and during the Middle Ages the wine of Santorini became famous worldwide under the influence of the Republic of Venice. The Italian influence is still present in mo...
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Santorini

Giandomenico (Giovanni Domenico), Italian anatomist, 1681-1737. ... See: Santorini's canal, Santorini's cartilage, Santorini's major caruncle, Santorini's minor caruncle, Santorini's concha, Santorini's duct, Santorini's fissures, Santorini's incisures, Santorini's labyrinth, Santorini's muscle, Santorini's tubercle, Santorini's vein, incisurae san...
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Santorini

Santorini, Greece: see Thíra.
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Santorini

The approximately 90 square kilometer Greek island group (also Sandorini or Santorini) is the southernmost of the Cyclades group and lies in the Aegean about 100 kilometers north of Crete, The crescent-shaped main island is called Thira and forms with the two opposite small islands Aspronisi (0.14 km²) and Thirasia (9 km ²) a boiler. The ring-sha...
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Santorini

Type: Term Pronunciation: sahn′tō-rē′nē Definitions: 1. Giandomenico (Giovanni Domenico), Italian anatomist, 1681-1737. See: Santorini canal, Santorini cartilage, Santorini major caruncle, Santorini minor caruncle, Santorini concha, Santorini duct, Santorini fissures, under fissure, Santorini incisures, under incisure, Sa...
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