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Greek flags at Samos port
SOURCE: Dan Beamer, used with permission.
Samos is in the East part of the Aegean Sea, close to the Turkish coast.
It is separated from Turkey by the “Eptastadio” channel, (called Dar Bogaz in Turkish) whish is only 1650 meters wide at its narrowest point.
As a consequence of its proximity to Turkey, Samos has been a magnet for illegal immigrants from various middle eastern countries, who try to reach it by boat from the Turkish coast.
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