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Chora Pierrô


9 thoughts on “ Chora Pierrô ”

  1. Voodookinos says:
    Agios Ioannis Square, Barkia, Chora, Mykonos, Greece One of the world's most famous gay clubs, Pierro's is open to all with upbeat tempos and a friendly environment. luxury popularity Ramrod. Taxi Square, Chora, Mykonos, Greece The most popular new addition to the Mykonos gay scene. Open from sunset to the early morning hours, Ramrod is a.
  2. Faucage says:
    Set on the outskirts of Chora, an old family estate with a majestic view of the sea and a surprisingly fertile ground became, in s, the ideal spot for a stately villa.
  3. Vudokazahn says:
    Dünyaca ünlü DJ yuvası Mykonos’u turist gibi değil, Mykonoslu gibi yaşamak isteyenlerin birtanesi, değerlisi, biriciği. Adanın en güzel kıyısı Paradise Beach’e konuşlanan Club.
  4. Gogar says:
    If you are a human seeing this field, please leave it empty. Home; About; Upcoming Shows; Store; Contacts; Prayer.
  5. Kigaran says:
    It is founded by Italian-American painter Pierro Aversa and Mykonian local fisherman Andreas Koutsoukos in the s. A few years later, yachts from all over the world line up in the port and the jet set make their way to Pierro’s.
  6. Maukazahn says:
    Aug 15,  · The camera moves to the inner chora, to the classic Irish Bar, the Scandinavian Bar-Disco, meeting point of clubbers from across the globe, and the bars Manto, Icaros and Pierros which are the pole of attraction for the liberated gay community.
  7. Felrajas says:
    All this started of course with Pierro Amversa who was the one that opened the famous “Pierro’s” and had all these people coming in. Sophisticated people from all parts of the world, aristocrats, bohemian people and you could see nice outfits, beautiful women (left) Easter of in Mykonos Chora: With fashion stylist and close friend.
  8. Tomi says:
    Jul 05,  · Always a step ahead, the Sybaritic Single landed on the eerie quiet island of Mykonos, known for its churches and 60 windmills. Arriving by private jet wasn’t as painful compared to taking a busy ferry from Piraeus or a ghastly domestic flight. As he strolled down the whitewashed streets of Chora, stray cats and [ ].
  9. Samushura says:
    The Chora Church is in the truest terms a lieu de mémoire, or a memory site, as first posited by Pierre Nora in his essay “Between Memory and History: Les Lieux de Mémoire.” The rich history of this site shows a deep history of Byzantine Constantinople, Ottoman .

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