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Town hall, Ioulida, Kea/Tzia
SOURCE: www.kea.gr, used with permission.
Ioulida is the capital city of the island of Kea, and, uncommonly for a Greek island, it is located inland rather than on the coast.
Town hall, shown above, is a neoclassical building from 1902, decorated with clay statues of Apollo and Hermes.
In the Western wall of the building there are two ancient sculptures that were built into it at the time of its construction.
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