Agia Marina Reservoir

Published 19th of November, 2019



Inside, the walls are sprawled with graffiti. Why would anybody write "Giallia Team" in English though? Normally such graffiti is in Greek, which is understandable. And given the size of Gialia, it can't be a very big team...

Note that there is a fireplace in the corner. On a cold, winter morning this must have been quite a cosy house.

All Mod Cons


The toilet could do with a clean. There was another toilet in the house, which considering it only had about 4 rooms was a bit of a luxury. The other toilet was in the process of being refurbished when the building was abandoned. So perhaps they left in a hurry? Who knows...

The Kitchen Sink


That's enough urban exploring. Let's go and take a look at the dam.



Unlike other dams, there are no barriers preventing you from clambouring up and down the sides, so do take care.

Down Here


First you have to descend this staircase. It is quite steep so mind your footing.

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