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Two real gems of the municipality of Kallio, located between the two mountain ranges of Vardousia and Giona. The two stone arch bridges straddle the Mornos River, making the virgin landscape surrounding them even more beautiful. The first, built in 1896 by artisans from Epirus, is located at Agia Triada. The other, more recent one, stands two...
The most central building in the city of Galaxidi, it is a masterpiece of neoclassical architecture. A three-story building you can’t help but pass by again and again as you go about the city. As you look at it you may be tempted to wish you had become an architect, just to appreciate the many details that the untrained eye might miss.
Established by the renowned statesman Ioannis Kapodistrias, it was among the first schools of the newly founded Greek state, and the first in Galaxidi. Although its historical importance is great, its present condition is not the best.
On the east side of the town of Amfissa, there is an ancient tomb, dating from Mycenaean times, carved into the rock. According to legend, inside the tomb is buried Phocus , the mythical founder of Fokis (Fokida).