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One of Loggos's landmarks, the so-called 'Manor House' was put on sale for 1.6M€ in 2006.Paxos is part of a European network called Cultural Village of Europe.On 13 February 1814, the island of Paxos surrendered to the Royal Navy frigate HMS Apollo and 160 troops from the 2nd Greek Light Infantry from Cephalonia and the 35th Regiment of the Royal Corsican Rangers.In 1815, United Kingdom established the Ionian Union.These stretch from Lakka, the harbour community in the north, through Magazia to Gaios, the capital.Olive oil making, soap manufacture and fishing were supplanted by tourism as the main industry in the mid sixties, resulting in a construction boom, which has greatly altered the coastline around Gaios, the capital of the Paxiot demos (community).

Excursions to Albania (the resort of Saranda and the magnificent Greco-Roman settlement of Butrint) can also be arranged with the local jetfoil operators. Among well known semi-permanent British inhabitants were Audrey Good, former commander of the UN refugee bases in Epirus following the Greek Civil War, the late actor Peter Bull (author of 'It isn't all Greek to me') and actress Susannah York.

There is no airport but there was a privately owned seaplane service (7 minutes from Corfu town) operated by Air Sea Lines.

As of late 2009, this service is no-longer operational. In his scientific article The Part-Time Parliament, Leslie Lamport created his Paxos algorithm for distributed voting, inventing a Greek society on the Aegean island Paxos as a whimsical illustration of an otherwise dry subject.

The battle is recorded by the ancient historian Polybius (The Histories, book 2, chapter 2).

The Romans ruled the island from the 2nd century BC, and during the Byzantine period and Middle Ages it was constantly attacked by pirates.

Excursions to Albania (the resort of Saranda and the magnificent Greco-Roman settlement of Butrint) can also be arranged with the local jetfoil operators. Among well known semi-permanent British inhabitants were Audrey Good, former commander of the UN refugee bases in Epirus following the Greek Civil War, the late actor Peter Bull (author of 'It isn't all Greek to me') and actress Susannah York.There is no airport but there was a privately owned seaplane service (7 minutes from Corfu town) operated by Air Sea Lines.As of late 2009, this service is no-longer operational. In his scientific article The Part-Time Parliament, Leslie Lamport created his Paxos algorithm for distributed voting, inventing a Greek society on the Aegean island Paxos as a whimsical illustration of an otherwise dry subject.The battle is recorded by the ancient historian Polybius (The Histories, book 2, chapter 2).The Romans ruled the island from the 2nd century BC, and during the Byzantine period and Middle Ages it was constantly attacked by pirates.Concerts are usually held in the now-disused school of Longos, Paxoi.