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One of the most beautiful mountain areas of the prefecture, Feneos generously offers the visitor the beauty of nature. The little villages with their stone houses and cobblestone streets, town squares shadowed by ancient plane trees, and fountains with bubbling water are surrounded by dense forests. One of the most famous attractions, not without reason, is the man-made ‘Limni Doxas’(lake Glory). Its crystal clear surface reflects the Alpine landscape of the surrounding mountains and forests. There you will find the storied monastery of Agios Georgios. Another point that attracts many visitors is the Feneos plateau. Waters from the rivers Olvio and Doxa once converged there, creating a lake. The catacombs that were built there at an unknown time helped to drain the plateau. According to legend, the catacombs were built by Hercules for this reason, or perhaps that they were entrances to the world of the dead, ‘Hades’. In this area, inhabited since ancient times, one can visit the archaeological site of Ancient Feneos, where excavations have unearthed the temple of Asclepius, the god of medicine.