The cyclone dubbed, Ianos, will hit western parts of Greece first on Thursday afternoon creating potentially dangerous conditions.
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With the second highest number of Blue Flag-awarded beaches in the world, and new health guidelines in place, Greece is the place to swim in 2020.
Photographer Alexandros Roniotis quirky snap reveals a little-known fact about Crete, and was widely shared on social media.
Few tourists have ever witnessed the event, said to be caused by temperature differences between Santorini's famous volcano and the island itself.
Two young pelicans who failed to complete their migration to the northern Greek wetland were given a lift to reunite them with their flock.
All residents and visitors are advised to take caution, as the heavy rainfall may lead to dangerous flooding in many areas.
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