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Sífnos

(sĭf`nôs) or

Siphnos

(sĭf`nəs), island, c.32 sq mi (83 sq km), SE Greece, in the Aegean Sea; one of the Cyclades. It is a resort area and produces olive oil. In ancient times it had gold and silver mines.
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Also in this issue, we examine the rebirth of Ecuadorian chocolate, sample the best of the gourmet Greek island Sifnos and journey to Nabeul on the Tunisian coast for a colourful family meal.
The clinical efficacy results are from the Motion Sifnos Phase II clinical study.
In a first phase, 6 islands, the Aran Islands (Ireland) Cres-Losinj (Croatia), Sifnos (Greece), Culatra (Portugal), Salina (Italy) and La Palma (Spain) will develop and publish their clean energy transition agendas by summer 2019.
Craft beer fans should head for Brew Str - blow the froth off a Flaros IPA from Sifnos or a Red Donkey from Santorini.
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Offshore support vessels company DryShips (NASDAQ:DRYS) announced on Monday that it has exercised its right under its secured revolving facility agreement with Sifnos Shareholders, a company controlled by George Economou.
The historic islands of Rhodes, Crete, Sifnos, and many more are expecting an increase of 20% in tourist arrivals and in the number of new destination weddings this year.
11 to 18, visits the Greek Islands of Sifnos, Itea, Mykonos and Santorini.
The cruise journeys on to the ancient sites of Gallipoli (site of a famous World War I battle), Delphi; the beautiful classic Greek islands of Syros, Sifnos, Santorini, Naxos; Katakolon, the site of the first Olympiad; ancient UNESCO site Butrint and Durres, the oldest city in Albania.