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Kozani, Greece

Kozani, Greece

Christmas in clock tower of Kozani, Greece

Christmas in clock tower of Kozani, Greece

Christmas in clock tower of Kozani, Greece

Christmas in clock tower of Kozani, Greece

Kozani in the mist

Kozani in the mist

Kozani Clock Tower, Kozani, Greece

Kozani Clock Tower, Kozani, Greece

Kozani Clock Tower, Kozani, Greece

Kozani Clock Tower, Kozani, Greece

VISIT GREECE| Kozani Crocus Flower© GNTO Moustafellou

VISIT GREECE| Kozani Crocus Flower© GNTO Moustafellou

Kozani

Kozani

VISIT GREECE| Harvesting the crocus #Greece #Kozani #Macedonia #crocus

VISIT GREECE| Harvesting the crocus #Greece #Kozani #Macedonia #crocus

VISIT GREECE| Harvesting the crocus #Greece #Kozani #Macedonia #crocus

VISIT GREECE| Harvesting the crocus #Greece #Kozani #Macedonia #crocus


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VISIT GREECE| Herb drinks. Since antiquity, Greeks were using aromatic plants for their healing attributes and for their nutritional value. Legend has it that Mount Olympus, where the Greek gods lived, was covered with a canopy of flowers and herbs that were of service to the gods, as well as to living mortals.

VISIT GREECE| Herb drinks. Since antiquity, Greeks were using aromatic plants for their healing attributes and for their nutritional value. Legend has it that Mount Olympus, where the Greek gods lived, was covered with a canopy of flowers and herbs that were of service to the gods, as well as to living mortals.

Grow your own saffron to use in cooking! Showy fall-blooming Crocus is the source of saffron, the quintessential seasoning for paella and other dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Each lilac-purple flower produces three showy red stigmas, which have been used for flavoring and coloring food since Roman times.

Crocus sativus: Saffron Crocus

Grow your own saffron to use in cooking! Showy fall-blooming Crocus is the source of saffron, the quintessential seasoning for paella and other dishes from the Mediterranean and Asia. Each lilac-purple flower produces three showy red stigmas, which have been used for flavoring and coloring food since Roman times.

VISIT GREECE| Kozani Crocus.  The world’s most unique and precious spice!

VISIT GREECE| Kozani Crocus. The world’s most unique and precious spice!

VISIT GREECE| The Kozani Crocus grows from a small rounded bulb which is planted during the late summer or early fall and produces small purple flowers, with three red-gold stigmas strands in each flower. Saffron spice is made from these dried strands. The product owes its beneficiary properties to the particular soil and climatic conditions of #Kozani area. Ckeck out here:http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/gastronomy/traditional_products/kozani_crocus

VISIT GREECE| The Kozani Crocus grows from a small rounded bulb which is planted during the late summer or early fall and produces small purple flowers, with three red-gold stigmas strands in each flower. Saffron spice is made from these dried strands. The product owes its beneficiary properties to the particular soil and climatic conditions of #Kozani area. Ckeck out here:http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/gastronomy/traditional_products/kozani_crocus

VISIT GREECE| The Kozani Crocus grows from a small rounded bulb which is planted during the late summer or early fall and produces small purple flowers, with three red-gold stigmas strands in each flower. Saffron spice is made from these dried strands. The product owes its beneficiary properties to the particular soil and climatic conditions of #Kozani area. Ckeck out here:http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/gastronomy/traditional_products/kozani_crocus

VISIT GREECE| The Kozani Crocus grows from a small rounded bulb which is planted during the late summer or early fall and produces small purple flowers, with three red-gold stigmas strands in each flower. Saffron spice is made from these dried strands. The product owes its beneficiary properties to the particular soil and climatic conditions of #Kozani area. Ckeck out here:http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/gastronomy/traditional_products/kozani_crocus

Crema salata allo Zafferano Mantovano

Crema salata allo Zafferano Mantovano

VISIT GREECE| The Kozani Crocus grows from a small rounded bulb which is planted during the late summer or early fall and produces small purple flowers, with three red-gold stigmas strands in each flower. Saffron spice is made from these dried strands. The product owes its beneficiary properties to the particular soil and climatic conditions of #Kozani area. Ckeck out here:http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/gastronomy/traditional_products/kozani_crocus

VISIT GREECE| The Kozani Crocus grows from a small rounded bulb which is planted during the late summer or early fall and produces small purple flowers, with three red-gold stigmas strands in each flower. Saffron spice is made from these dried strands. The product owes its beneficiary properties to the particular soil and climatic conditions of #Kozani area. Ckeck out here:http://www.visitgreece.gr/en/gastronomy/traditional_products/kozani_crocus

Kozani, Macedonia, Greece - Town Center.

Kozani, Macedonia, Greece - Town Center.

This is my Greece | The Neraida bridge (1352 m.) over the artificial lake of the river Aliakmnonas in Kozani Prefecture.

This is my Greece | The Neraida bridge (1352 m.) over the artificial lake of the river Aliakmnonas in Kozani Prefecture.

Reception room from a mansion in Kozani, Macedonia, #Greece, mid-18th century, via @TheBenakiMuseum  C. P. Cavafy (@CCavafy) on Twitter

Reception room from a mansion in Kozani, Macedonia, #Greece, mid-18th century, via @TheBenakiMuseum C. P. Cavafy (@CCavafy) on Twitter

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