Skyros


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Sky·ros

 (skī′rəs, skē′rôs)

Skyros

(ˈskiːrɒs) or

Scyros

n
(Placename) a Greek island in the Aegean, the largest island in the N Sporades. Pop: 2602 (2001). Area: 199 sq km (77 sq miles). Modern Greek name: Skíros

Skí•ros

or Sky•ros

(ˈskaɪ rɒs, -roʊs; Gk. ˈski rɔs)
n.
a Greek island in the W Aegean: the largest island of the Northern Sporades. 81 sq. mi. (210 sq. km).
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1915: Rupert Brooke, English poet, died of blood poisoning on the Greek island of Skyros.
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And the last moments of this finely-shaped evening caught the poignancy of his rough burial on the island of Skyros.
The area which has Turkey has decided to reserve extends west of Skyros to the of East of Limnos and within the Flight Information Region (FIR) of Athens, essentially splitting the Aegean in two.
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