Entrance to Spinalonga


Spinalonga is a very small uninhabited island close to the coast of Crete.  In the early twentieth century it was a leper colony.  The last inhabitant, a priest, left the island in 1962.  Life on Spinalonga during this period is vividly but sensitively described in Victoria Hislop’s novel The Island.­­­


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2 responses to “Entrance to Spinalonga

  1. Very interesting….and what a great photo, I love the balance between the solid steps and arch and the lacy tree branches. Beautiful!

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