In addition to the last post 2109 about the Ouranopolis webcam, I want to add some old pictures of the village, that I found in my archive.
The first one is from 1959, when the first car arrived in Ouranopolis:
The beach looked very different in those days:
You can recognize the main street along the beach, nowadays it is completely packed with restaurants. The photo is taken from the old ‘Sidney Loch’ tower. Sidney Loch died in 6th of February 1954 during a winter storm, when he tried to rescue a pelican.
This is a picture of Joyce Nankivell Loch, who lived in the tower until 1989. She meant a lot to the local people, because she helped them with the founding of a textile (wool) industry, after they had arrived in Greek/Turkish ethnic cleansing after World War 1.
Wim Voogd, 25/02/2020