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Andros occupies an area of ​​380 square kilometers and is the second largest island of the Cyclades, behind Naxos. Andros is the northern boundary of the Cyclades and is located south of Euboea and very near the peninsula of Attica. According to the Greek mythology, the name of Andros is due to its first resident called Andros. The island has been inhabited since the Bronze Age and flourished during the heyday of the Cycladic civilization. Over the centuries the island accepted plenty of cultural influences while managed to maintain its tradition. The island's capital is Chora and main port is Gavrio.