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(ˈmɪr ɪ nə)
the capital of the Greek island Lemnos.
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Seven-day Turkish & Aegean Treasures (October 17 and October 31, 2020) - The ship will depart Istanbul and traverse the waters of the Aegean Sea to Myrina, Rhodes, Santorini, and Spetsai in Greece, while also visiting Cesme and Bodrum along the turquoise coast of Turkey, before arriving at Athens.
See fishermen mending nets in the fishing port and capital, Myrina, wander around crumbling neoclassical buildings, sit and watch the world go by from small tavernas.
The Mamma Mia itineraries also call at Myrina Limnos, Greece, where mythology holds Hephaestus, god of metalworking, landded when hurled off Mount Olympus by Zeus; Dikili, Turkey ( site of a noted acropolis; and Poros, Greece, home of the Temple of Poseidon.
The ports of call include Athens, Dikili, Myrina Lemnos, Skiathos, Skopelos, and Poros.
130 students of 4th, 5th and 6th class, aged 9-12 years, from three schools of Lemnos island, Greece, the 1st and 3rd Primary School of Myrina and the Atsiki's Primary School, were voluntary participated to the study after their parents sign of participation form.
Greece from PS359pp: Save PS296pp on seven nights self-catering at the fully refurbished Sotiris Apartments in Lemnos's capital, Myrina. Includes return flights from Gatwick on May 26 and transfers.
ASWANI VOLETY, (1,3) * MYRINA BOULAIS, (3) LUDOVIC DONAGHY, (1) JULIEN VIGNIER, (1) AI NING LOH (1,3) AND PHILIPPE SOUDANT (2) 0844 493 0120 SHORT HAUL Greek Islands - 7nts s/c at the Sotiris Apartments near Myrina on Lemnos for PS329pp (based on two sharing, saves 49%).
ON the Saturday night of January 3, 1976, record gales were battering the British Isles, and hurricane-force winds in our neck of the woods wreaked havoc as pylons sustained structural damage, power and telephone cables were brought down, lorries were blasted off the motorways and even a 190,000-ton Shell Oil tanker - the Myrina - was swept from her moorings at Birkenhead by the storm.
Myrina's architectural heritage includes its Byzantine castle, which is one of the best preserved in the Aegean and separates Myrina's seashores in Romeikos and Tourkicos Gialos.