Mantinia, Arcadia (Peloponnese), Greece | by Giorgos Marossis (dim)

This photo from Arkadia, Peloponnesus is titled 'Arcadian style'.

Plaka Leonidio, Arcadia, Greece | Flickr - Photo by Konstantinos Tranas

Greek Orthodox Church Bells at Plaka Leonidio, Arcadia, Greece

One more jewel in collection - Karitena, Arkadia Το παλιό πέτρινο γεφύρι του Ατσίχολου

De old stone bridge of Atsicholos, at Loussios River is where Zeus used to bathe himself in de Lousios Gorge is one of de most popular trekking spots, in Karitena, Arkadia, Peloponnesus_ Greece

Andritsaina, Ilia, Peloponnese - Greece

Andritsaina, Ilia, Peloponnese - Greece

1907  --  UN VILLAGE GREC A ANDRITZENA  - ebay

1907 -- UN VILLAGE GREC A ANDRITZENA - ebay

Ανδρίτσαινα, υπαίθρια αγορά, 1963, φωτογράφος Lala Aufsberg.

Ανδρίτσαινα, υπαίθρια αγορά, 1963, φωτογράφος Lala Aufsberg.

The Lousios (Greek: Λούσιος) is a river and a gorge in western Arcadia that stretches from Karytaina north to Dimitsana in Greece.  The river begins near Lykochori and flows through the Lousios Gorge.  The river is treacherous and flows rapidly. It empties into the Alfeios 2.5 km northwest of Karytaina and south of Atsicholos.

The Lousios (Greek: Λούσιος) is a river and a gorge in western Arcadia that stretches from Karytaina north to Dimitsana in Greece. The river begins near Lykochori and flows through the Lousios Gorge. The river is treacherous and flows rapidly. It empties into the Alfeios 2.5 km northwest of Karytaina and south of Atsicholos.

The Ancient Theatre of Megalopolis

The Ancient Theatre of Megalopolis

Belltower with the Karytaina Castle in the background, Karytaina, Arcadia, Greece

Castle of Karytaina village Megalopolis town Arcadia Peloponnese

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Castle of Karytaina village Megalopolis town Arcadia Peloponnese

Lousios river , Arcadia , Greece .

Lousios river , Arcadia , Greece .

Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassee, Greece

Temple of Apollo Epicurius - Bassae, Greece - photographed before they installed an enormous tent over the temple to preserve it - still in place.

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