We are in Tinos, the third largest island in the Cyclades.
The film opens with a general shot of the island from the ship where the filmmaker is and afterwards, we see the Church of Evangelistria of Tinos, known as Panagia (Virgin Mary) of Tinos.
The lens stands on the imposing building that is made of white marble and is the first remarkable architectural monument of the liberated Greek Nation. There are several visitors and the filmmaker’s company among them, as we see them leaving the church.
The view changes with the group standing in the Chora’s Square and greet the filmmaker with a smile as at the same time, a group of little boys, who pass behind them, look at the camera with curiosity. Views of the coastline and the port. We see the pier, a lot of people walking around like the filmmaker's company, the square and the boats that are moored in the port.
The film closes with a panoramic view of the port with the city’s building structure as well as the Mount Tsiknia, the highest mountain of the island with an altitude of 726 m., which stands out in the background.