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View from ancient chora of Anafi

Kalamos the 2nd highest mediterranean rock.

Ancient city of Anafi

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According to mythology, the island was given the name Anafi because Apollo made it appear to the Argonauts as a shelter from a bad storm, using his bow to shed light upon it (i.e. the island name Anafi is derived from Anefani, he made appear).[3] Others say that the name is due to the non-existence of snakes on the island: » An Ofis » (without snakes). In spite of its small geographical size, Anafi offers archaeological as well as mythological interest. At the monastery of Panagia Kalamiotisa, there are ruins of a temple built as an offering to the god Apollo Aegletus. Ruins can also be found at Kasteli, and most of the findings, such as the statues, are now located at the «Archaeological Museum» at the Chora, in an extremely small room housing these ancient findings. source-wikipedia