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The "ghost village" Palaio Pedino is 15km from Myrina and it is a beautiful traditional village abandoned by its residents, due to a catastrophic earthquake in 1968 that destroyed many houses. The residents scattered, thus there were only 24 residents left in the 1971 census. It was decided that the village is built at a new location. The new village was named Neo Pedino and gradually it was established as Palaio Pedino.

Kondias village is located just 10.5 km from the capital of the island. It is built among three hills and it is the most typical sample of the traditional folklore architecture of Limnos. Stone house, cobblestone pavements and windmills decorate Kondias. A short walk in this traditional village is enough to understand that it is one of the most beautiful villages of Limnos.

The Museum of Maritime Tradition and Sponge Fishing, in Nea Koutali villag, presents the maritime tradition of the refugees from the island of Koutali in Propontis. The museum was created in 2006 and it is in three sections. In the first section, the life of Koutalianoi, sponge divers and sailors, is presented through heirlooms and pictures from the old country before their expatriation. In the second section, the sponge fishing and sponge processing, the divers' equipment, the tools of the sponge fishing boats, the types of sponges and the sponge packaging machinery are presented. In the last section, the archaeological collection of Nea Koutali that comprises items "fished" by the sponge divers from the depths of the sea are exhibited.

In the village of Portianou, there is the only Folklore Museum in the island that was founded in 1995 by the Association of Portianou Residents in Athens, Piraeus and Outskirts. The Museum is housed in a traditional building, which was characterized as a monument and which is a sample of folklore architectural style of the particular settlement. It consists of eight rooms and a sheltered outbuilding. There are exhibits of traditional costumes in displays dated from 1800. Moreover, there are troughs, kneading troughs, centals, various pitchers and agricultural tools.

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