Sideros

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Sideros
Σίδερος
Sideros is located in Greece
Sideros
Geography
Coordinates 35°18′32″N 26°18′04″E / 35.309°N 26.301°E / 35.309; 26.301Coordinates: 35°18′32″N 26°18′04″E / 35.309°N 26.301°E / 35.309; 26.301
Archipelago Cretan Islands
Country
Greece
Region Crete
Regional unit Lasithi
Demographics
Population 0 (as of 2001)

Sideros (Greek: Σίδερος, "iron"), also known as Strongylo (Greek: Στρογγύλο, "round"), is an uninhabited Greek rock, in the Aegean Sea, close to the northeastern coast of eastern Crete. The rock lies just north of the peninsula of Kyriamadi, with which it is connected by a small land bridge. There is also a Cape Sideros on the island of Kyriamadi.[1] Administratively it lies within the Itanos municipality of Lasithi.

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  1. ^ Λίστα Ψαρότοποι, Κρήτη-Ακ. Σίδερος BoatFinder.gr, List of places to go fishing, Crete - Cape Sideros. (Greek)