The uniquely beautiful massifs of Meteora and its monasteries on the top of them are fairly among the monuments of the world’s cultural heritage. The creation of this unique natural phenomenon is dated 25-30 million years ago, when the water of the lake that covered the whole Thessaly until then reflowed and through the valley of Tempi, which...
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The south entrance of the city of Trikala reminds us of the East with this imposing mosque, which was built not for reminding the people of the Turkish domination but as a gift of Osman Sah, who arrived in Trikala chased and ill and survived. It is a lead (kursun in Turkish) covered mosque of the 16th century and behind it there is the...
You surely have watched old films in which some scenes take place in a classic old railway station. So, if you want to revive a moment like this or imprint with your camera this past atmosphere, the railway station in Trikala is what you’re looking for. It is an architectural monument, which has been constructed in 1886 by the French company of...
(1514 AC) it is located outside of Pyli and it was built to connect the banks of Portaikos River. It is an one arched bridge with an arch length of 28m.
(1750) it is located on the road between Neraidochori and Pyrra. Its arch length is 17.5m and it is not used today.
(1790) Arch bridge (arch length 17.5m) that bridges the stream of Pertouli.
(18th century) it is located on the road between Neraidochori and Pyrra. Its arch length is 4m.
(18th century) it is located in the entrance of Anthousa village and its arch length is 7.30m.
Impressive double arch bridge with arch length of 12.5m in the community of Anthousa.
(1500) another arch bridge in Chaliki village.
(18th century) it bridges a tributary of Aspropotamos River. It is used for the transport from and to Metsovo and it continues to be the shorter way the springs of Acheloos River. Its arch length is 15m.
(middle of 18th century) It is located in Krania village and its arch length is 7.60m.
(first decade of 20th century) it is located just before Mesochora and its arch length is 30m.
(1241) it bridges the tributary of Acheloos River, Aredas. You can also take a beautiful 45 minutes’ walk to the bridge.
In Xirokabos there are two arch bridges, the Delis Bridge (1825) that bridges the Kakopleuritis stream and the Vakaretsia Bridge (1860) that bridges the Bountza stream.
(approximately 1500) it bridges the Gropa stream and is used for the replenishment of the villages of Aspropotamos. Its arch length is 19m.
A large bridge, 1520, near the village of Trikala over the river Peneus.