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“Theogefyro” Natural Bridge in Epirus Collapses

  One of the most magnificent monuments of nature, the "Theogefyro" natural bridge in Epirus, has collapsed, according to epirusgate.blogspot.gr. Area residents saw the fallen bridge...

Dance of Zalongo and the Self-Sacrifice of Greek Women

The Dance of Zalongo is considered to be a monumental act of bravery and defiance against the Ottoman rulers by the women of Epirus,...

Epirus Trail to Boost Hiking Tourism in Greece

Epirus Trail; that boasts an initial length of 370 km, is a mountain adventure that crosses Epirus, from Mount Grammos to the Tzoumerka mountain...

Metsovo: Lakes, Ski Resorts and Bears

Metsovo is a renowned mountainside town straddling the Pindus mountain range where Epirus converges with western Macedonia and Thessaly. Standing at an altitude of 1,156...

Caviar Made in Greece Makes Breakthrough in European Markets

Excellent quality caviar; produced in Epirus, north-western Greece, is the only enterprise of its kind in the country. A company called Thesauri, of the meat...

Ancient Greek Theatre Festival Opens with Euripides’ ‘Medea’ in Dodoni Theatre

The 1st Festival of Ancient Greek Theatre in Epirus opened at the ancient Dodoni theatre on Saturday night with a performance of the Euripides...

Albania Provokes Again Claiming Greek Land as Part of Chameria

The Albanian government along with the party of Chams has made a provocative move, branding Greek lands as Cham lands, according to Epiruspost.gr. According to...

Zagorochoria: Discover the Magnificence of Epirus

Zagorochoria, is a region and a municipality in the Pindus mountains in Epirus, in northwestern Greece just north-east of Ioannina. It is an awe-inspiring...

The Duty of Repeating the Proud ‘OXI’ of October 28, 1940 [video]

World War II started in September 1939, but Greece felt it for the first time when an Italian submarine torpedoed Greek warship "Elli" in...

Silversmithing Museum Inaugurated in Ioannina, Greece

The Silversmithing Museum of Ioannina was inaugurated on Saturday to showcase the rich work of Greek silversmiths since the 15th century. President of the Hellenic...

Orraon: Ancient Greece’s Best Preserved Settlement

There are only a few ancient Greek building preserved and in most cases only public buildings - temples, auditoriums, stadiums, oracles, markets, cemeteries –...

Albanian Chams Try to Create a Minority Issue in Greece

The recent provocative act of Albanian Chams raising a banner during a Euro 2016 football game accusing Greece of "genocide of 100,000 Chams" brought...

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