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As if Greece wasn't a popular enough tourist destination, people seem to be flocking to the beautiful islands for one very specific reason...to take photos in a "flying dress." You can rent out one of the stunning gowns that fly in the wind from Santorini-based photographer Chaltcev Aleksander of Miami Dress Photo. The dress is $200 to rent, but can be split with a few friends if you want to knock that cost down — a small price to pay for the perfect Insta-worthy photo!

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