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Native name: Κυριαμάδι
Kyriamadi island on the left.
Elasa islet on the right.
Kyriamadi is located in Greece
Coordinates 35°17′42″N 26°17′35″E / 35.295°N 26.293°E / 35.295; 26.293Coordinates: 35°17′42″N 26°17′35″E / 35.295°N 26.293°E / 35.295; 26.293
Archipelago Cretan Islands
Region Crete
Regional unit Lasithi
Population 26 (2001)

Kyriamadi (Greek: Κυριαμάδι) is a peninsula in the northeast of Crete. Small landbridges connect it to the Toplou peninsula of mainland Crete in the south, and the peninsula Sideros in the northeast. It is close to the palm tree forest of Vai. Administratively it comes within Itanos municipality in Lasithi. The population of Kyriamadi at the 2001 census was 26 persons.[1]



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