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Lying on an altitude of 700m, at the top of the homonymous cliff on the west side of Mount Panetoliko in Agrinio. During the ancient years the city was called Ancient Thestia, after the name of king Thestios.
Looking up the hill above Nafpaktos you will see one of the best-preserved castles in Greece, the castle of Nafpaktos. Built on the location where the ancient Acropolis used to be, managed to reach up to modern times. It now offers us a great view of the bridge of Antirrio and Patraikos bay.
Its current form was created by the Venetians....
On both sides of this important passage towards the Corinthian bay, were built two fortresses since the ancient times. According to Thoukididis, great naval battles took place here. In the location, where the ancient fortress used to be, Sultan Vagiazi II built in 1499 the Castle of Roumeli that exists up to today.
The lighthouse, which...
There may had been a preexisting building, but the castle that exists till today above the city of Vonitsa looking at Amvrakikos bay, was built around 1070 by the Venetians that were given permission by the Byzantines to build the fortress and take advantage of the harbor.
The castle is perfectly adapted on the cliff, taking advantage of the...