Komi, Tinos

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Komi (Greek: Κώμη) is a small village and a community on the island of Tinos, a Cycladic island in Greece. The community consists of the settlements Kolympithra, Krokos, Komi, Perastra and Skalados. Its population was 318 at the 2011 census.[1] It has a Catholic church, and offers Cycladic type architecture. Every year, on August 29, a big party is held there, with visitors from various parts of Greece and even foreigners.

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Coordinates: 37°36′07″N 25°08′38″E / 37.602°N 25.144°E / 37.602; 25.144