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MONTHLY ARCHIVES March 2016

Lake Orestiada (Kastoria)

Kastoria is built on the shore of Lake Orestiada. The lake is one of the best sites for birdwatching in Greece. Just walk up and down the lakeside pedestrian path and you can observe at close range Dalmatian Pelicans, Pygmy Cormorants, Grebes, herons and many other wetland birds, depending on the time of the year. […]

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PSAHNA (MESSAPIA) EVOIA

Psahna town are  about 15 km north of Halkida in Evia, which is connected by road with the beach road Chalkida – N. Artaki – Psachna. Formerly the seat of the homonymous community, today is the seat of the municipality Dirfyon – Messapion. 1928 numbered 2.933 inhabitants. In the last census (2001) numbered 5.766 inhabitants. […]

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ISTIAIA

Istiaia is the seat of the municipality of Evia, while prior to 1998 was the capital of the homonymous province of Evia prefecture. Geographically located in the northern part of the island, in the center and green fertile valley, far from the sea 5 km. From the 15th century to the 19th as stated Xirochori. […]

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CHALKIDA

Chalkida is the capital and the main port of the prefecture of Evia region of Central Greece. It is built on both sides of the Strait of Evripos with a bit of lie on the island Evia and the other in Central Greece. In mainland side of the hill of Kanithou stands the castle of […]

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MARMARI KARYSTOY EVOIA

Marmari (Greek: Μαρμάρι, Katharevousa: Μαρμάριον) is a village and a former municipality in Euboea, Greece, in the southeastern end of the island. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Karystos, of which it is a municipal unit.[2] The Greek National Road 44 (Chalkida – Karystos) runs through Marmari. There are […]

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LIMNI EVOIAS

Limni (Greek: Λίμνη meaning “lake”) is a town and a community in the northwestern part of the island of Euboea, Greece. It is located northwest of Chalkida and southeast of Istiaia. Limni is part of the municipal unit of Elymnioi, and it was the seat of the municipality Elymnioi. Limni had a population of 2,118 […]

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KIMI

Kimi is a town and port of the prefecture of Evia and headquarters Karystia Metropolis and Skyros, with 2,373 inhabitants, while the municipal Kimi apartment has 2,870 inhabitants. It was the seat of former Karystia and until December 31, 2010 was the seat of the municipality which included the districts Kimi Andronianon Ano Potamia, Vitali, […]

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KARYSTOS

Karystos is a coastal town and port in South Evia and is the seat of the municipality, and capital of the homonymous province and the seat of the Diocese of Karystos and Skyros is Kimi. 1951 numbered 3.118 residents while the estimate of 2009 had about 7,000 inhabitants. Karystos is built in the cove of […]

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ERETRIA

http://www.ert-archives.gr/V3/public/main/page-assetview.aspx?tid=0000008270&tsz=0&autostart=0 The coastal town is Eretria Evia, Halkida southeast, across the northern coast of Attica, the South Evian Gulf. In ancient times it was the most important city-states of the Greek world (6th-5th century BC). but later ceased to be considered important settlement and gradually deserted. In...

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DRAKOSPITA EVOIAS

The drakospita are megalithic sacred buildings in southern Evia, dating from the classical (5th c. BC) and the early Hellenistic period. They are close to Styra, Karistos, and the top of Ochi. The drakospita is built from square elongated and relatively thin stones, which are epitethimenoi top of one another without other binders. Restrained only […]

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