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Old Village Panteleimona PDF Drucken E-Mail


 With the old streets , Old Panteleimonas gains you from the first moment. It constitutes traditional settlement from 1976 and thus it accomplished it is saved from the whirlwind of anarchist layout. Of course, somebodies of the houses and the mansions were changed in graphic hostels, with result today it can entertain until 150 individuals. The cafes were restored and the landords supply him with hand made home made sweets. In the taverns is given each Weekend genuine “battle"

 
Litohoro The gates Of Olympus PDF Drucken E-Mail

Stretched out in Eastern Olympus, gazes with awe the proud term. Litochoro is a place that is shared in the two. From the one his residents, terrible climbers and persons of mountains, and from the other the fishermen, with… high records and full nets, that supply with their products almost all Pieria.

The first picture comes from the central square of Saint Nikolaos, the made of marble fountain and the imposing belfry. Little below, with difficulty you will resist in smells from the kebab, the kokoretsi and the roasted lamb. Also, will make you impression the municipal park. Firs, pines, cypresses, plane, taps, bench but also athletic installations offer quality of life.

 
Ancient Dion PDF Drucken E-Mail

A place long sacred to the ancient cult of Olympian Zeus. Dion became the official religious cente of the Macedonians in the 5th century BC. When, towards the end of that century, King Archelaus instituted the "Olympian games of Dion", public games held in honour of Zeus and the Muses, the sanctuary became known through the Greek world, and by the end of the 4th century the little town of Dion had grown into a city. Alexander the Great King offered splendit sacrificesat the sanctuary of Olympian Zeus before embarking on his Asian campaign, and later dedicated a magnificent bronze equestrian group by Lysippus, commemorating the twenty-five Companions (hetairoi) who felt at the battle of the Granicus against the Persians. The city knew many changes over the course of its history. Under Imperial Rome, colonists from Italy introduced the Roman system of goverment, and in the Christian era Dion became the seat of a bishopric. You can make an online virtual tour at the archeological site here.