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Mountados, Tinos, Greece
 Mountados village, Tinos: “A thousand years but still alive…”

Mountados is a traditional village, built on the slope of Kechrovouni. Its history begins 1000 years ago.

It had a tradition in shipping and trade.

Paximadi family and Captain Sigalas, a henchman of Miaoulis (heroes of the Greek Revolution 1821) descended from here.

The village once had one of the few old schools of the island and one of the most famous mills. A point landmark of the village is the stream with a stone bridge. You will find a lot of old churches and of course the cathedral of St. John with its great marble temple.

John Platis, a large wood sculptor comes from this village.

Located 8 km away from Chora (Tinos). Follow the old road network (starting from Zannaki Alavanou Av.) and at the first crossroad turn left towards Mountados and Karya.

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