Island Reading

Residents of the tiny Greek island of Kimolos, located in the southwest of the Cyclades island group, have installed free lending libraries at all the major beaches of the island to make tourists’ visits even more enjoyable.

The little free libraries, made in the shape of dories, and painted in hues of blue and white, will be lending books printed in Greek, English and other languages this summer.

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4 Responses to Island Reading

  1. josypheen says:

    What a fantastic idea! They look fantastic (although I’d be a bit worried for the books when it rains or gets stormy!!

  2. restlessjo says:

    These are superb! Maybe I’ll suggest it for around here 😍💕

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