Ancient Stone Bridge, Ipiros, Greece

Ancient Stone Bridge, Ipiros, Greece

Monastery of Kipina - Kalarytes, Ioannina, Greece (by Dimtze)

Monastery of Kipina - Kalarytes, Ioannina, Greece (by Dimtze)

Acheron River_Exiting Gorge, Gliki, Thesprotia (Epirus), Greece | by Chris Haley

Acheron River_Exiting Gorge, Gliki, Thesprotia (Epirus), Greece | by Chris Haley

Drakolimni (Dragon lake) of Tymfi is an alpine lake in northwestern of Greece at Epirus region. According to local folktales the lakes used to be inhabited by dragons who fought each other by throwing pines and rocks and thus created the peculiar landscape and gave their names to the lake.

Drakolimni (Dragon lake) of Tymfi is an alpine lake in northwestern of Greece at Epirus region. According to local folktales the lakes used to be inhabited by dragons who fought each other by throwing pines and rocks and thus created the peculiar landscape and gave their names to the lake.

The lighthouse of Koprena, Amvrakikos gulf, Arta, Epirus, Greece / photo by Hercules Milas

The lighthouse of Koprena, Amvrakikos gulf, Arta, Epirus, Greece / photo by Hercules Milas

Acheron River_Exiting Gorge, Gliki, Thesprotia (Epirus), Greece | by Chris Haley

Acheron River_Exiting Gorge, Gliki, Thesprotia (Epirus), Greece | by Chris Haley

#MeinGriechenland #MeinEpiros Parga im Frühling

#MeinGriechenland #MeinEpiros Parga im Frühling

#MeinGriechenland #MeinEpiros Konitsa

#MeinGriechenland #MeinEpiros Konitsa

#MeinGriechenland #MeinEpiros Natürlicher Pool Papingo Rock Pools Ioannina Epirus

#MeinGriechenland #MeinEpiros Natürlicher Pool Papingo Rock Pools Ioannina Epirus

#MeinGriechenland Theopetra Cave is a famous archaeological site. It is the first excavated cave in Thessalia, Greece but its importance is the fact, that its deposits start at the Middle Paleolithic (50,000 BC) and last until the end of the Neolithic period (4,000 BC) without gaps.

#MeinGriechenland Theopetra Cave is a famous archaeological site. It is the first excavated cave in Thessalia, Greece but its importance is the fact, that its deposits start at the Middle Paleolithic (50,000 BC) and last until the end of the Neolithic period (4,000 BC) without gaps.

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