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An old town inside the castle, where the well-preserved houses remind us of the Ottoman Occupation that does not date many years back, and a modern town around the lake with shopping centers, cafes and restaurants and a quite busy lifestyle.
Ioannina, capital and largest city of the prefecture, was established in the 6th century A.C by...
One of the ski resorts in Greece that has rare beauty and lots of snow in the winter is Vasilitsa Ski Resort. It is located42klm. away from Grevena, the capital of Grevena county. The nature is amazing while skiing on fresh powder (fresh snow) between big coniferous trees. The first lift was placed in 1975 at altitude 1788 - 2060m. in the col...
The bridge of Konitsa is the second bigger singe-arched bridge in Epirus. It was built in 1870 by the technician Ziogas Frontzos. It is located in the entrance of the city at the end of the Aoos canyon, whose banks it connects. The surrounding scenery is magnificent with the Aoos River flowing under the arch and the bridge with its breathtaking...
The findings from this area date back to the early Helladic period, 2600-2000 B.C when in this region the Great Goddess (symbol for fertility) was worshipped. When during the 19th century, tribes from Thesprotia came, her worship was substituted with that of Zeus and Drys.
Dodoni became an oracle of vital importance and those that came to ask...