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acamp7

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Capers are local to Santorini and one of the best souvenirs. Just make sure that they're jarred and sealed because you cannot travel with it on the plane.

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The best souvenir I got while in Santorini, Greece a few years ago was a piece of volcanic rock, absolutely amazing!! :)
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k_tsoukalas

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Capers are local to Santorini and one of the best souvenirs. Just make sure that they're jarred and sealed because you cannot travel with it on the plane.

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These are certainly delicious, I agree! My Favorite Santorini souvenir is a set of jewelry (earrings and a necklace) that I bought on the island. The pendants were made from polished volcanic rocks.
 

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