The sound of silence: An altar in the church in Pyrgos Dirou, on the Mani Peninsula in the Peloponnese.

Greek Orthodox Church, dedicated to the saint, Agia Paraskevi~ ʈɦҽ ʂαcɽҽɖɲҽʂʂ~ zϮ ~

Autumn in Metsovo, a pittoresque village on the slopes of #Pindos at an altitude of 1.156 m, #Greece

Autumn in Metsovo, a pittoresque village on the slopes of Pindos at an altitude of m, Greece

The Byzantine Othodox monastery of Pantanassa in Mystras (Peloponnese)

Exterior of the Byzantine Othodox monastery of Pantanassa , Mystras , Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site

Metsovo Village - A view of the stone houses and paths of Metsovo village, Epirus. (photo by Andrew Prokos)

Metsovo Village Path - Fine Art Photo by Andrew Prokos

Metsovo Village - A view of the stone houses and paths of Metsovo village, Epirus. (photo by Andrew Prokos)

“Metsovo was inhabited by Vlachs, who originated from an area known to us today as Romania. The Vlachs were a nomadic tribe, that moved slowly to the south. Upon reaching the Metsovo area, they ceased their wandering and decided to settle there. The costume…is similar to the costumes worn in the Zagori and Konitsa regions of Epirus and was also worn as a bridal costume or on other special occasions. The costume consists of a long dress made of oriental silk. Rich velvet fabric is cut out in…

“Metsovo was inhabited by Vlachs, who originated from an area known to us today as Romania. The Vlachs were a nomadic tribe, that moved slowly to the south. Upon reaching the Metsovo area, they ceased their wandering and decided to settle there. The costume…is similar to the costumes worn in the Zagori and Konitsa regions of Epirus and was also worn as a bridal costume or on other special occasions. The costume consists of a long dress made of oriental silk. Rich velvet fabric is cut out in…

Limeni in Lakonia pref. (Peloponnese)

This photo from Lakonia, Peloponnesus is titled 'Limeni'.

Metsovo, Greece

Metsovo, Greece

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