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Ancient Pella

Published on 2015-01-13

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Installations in Loutra in Pozar

Published on 2014-07-04

The Pozar or baths in the City Pozar Pozar is a summer and winter destination for all who want to combine the respite from everyday life and the healing properties of thermal Pozar.The facilities of the small spa town with two spas. The first operated in 1960 and comprises 48 individual baths, 2 indoor pools three dimensions for seven and a half meters and a height of about 12 people with capacity.Two
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Loutraki Aridaia
Loutraki is 13 km. from Aridea, 20km. the ski resort and 100km. remove you from Thessaloniki. It has 1280 inhabitants and in 1922 began to develop rural tourism. Today there are many guesthouses for visitors.The residents of the Upper inhabited Loutraki, just miles from its current location.Loutraki last 10 days of August are the Pozaritika involving music and dancing. Guests combining the thermal
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Aridaia
The City of Pozar is a city of Pella. Located in the northwestern part of the county and include specific relief, because there are big differences in height to reach the 1,500 meters. It occupies an area of ​​562,910 acres, becoming the first municipality in the area of ​​the county and has (real) population 20,213 inhabitants. Headquarters is the Aridaia, which has gotten its name. The inhabitants
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Vegoritida Lake
Vegoritida lake is one of the largest and deepest lakes in the country, the limits of Pella, Florina and Kozani. It alpine lake type and tectonic origin. He is the recipient of a water catchment area of ​​approximately 1,800 square kilometers.Probably came from prolimnaies karst subsidence during long geological subsidence of the past. Characteristics of the high degree of karstification, ie the
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Edessa
Edessa (formerly called parallel Vodena) is a city in central Macedonia in Greece, capital of the homonymous province and the prefecture of Pella. The population of the city of Edessa is 18,253, while that of the expanded municipality is 25,619 inhabitants (census 2001).The city is a strong element of water (rivers and waterfalls), which is why the names: Edessa (wedes the Phrygian was the water tower
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Ancient Pella
The ancient city of Edessa was founded in 814 BC by King of Macedonia Karan. Built on the site "Logos", because the water offered ochyrotita and fertility. Oldest finds date back to Neolithic times, but there is more to the Bronze Age and especially iron. Today, after excavations can be seen the city walls, parts of buildings on the acropolis and lower town and cemeteries.The most important monuments
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Black Forest
Starting with the Municipal District Promahi and after a journey through forest roads we reach the famous Forest Promahi the pentaveloni pine, a species unique in Europe, protected by the Ramsar convention. The Black Forest lies on the eastern slopes of the Vora and from the ski resort.
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    Religious Heritage Monuments
    • Agios Dimitrios
      On the hill overlooking the village Xifiani the old church of St. Demetrius, built in 1857 AD with special permission from Turkish authorities. The impressive bell tower and interior decor will impress any visitor.
    • Saint Hilarion
      Arriving in the village of fighters and taking the road to the mountain come to the convent of St. Hilarion. The bishop served Ag.Ilarionas Moglenoi (18th century), as it was long the province Almopia. The monastery had 40 monks cells. Even operated a secret school.
    • St George
      In a unique natural environment in the Upper Loutraki is the Church of St. George. Around the church was formerly the village of Ano Loutraki later moved to the current Loutraki. Each year, the day of Saint George, organized traditional cultural events.
    • Church of Apostles Peter and Paul
      The church of St Peter and Paul survived until today from the Byzantine period in the district WEIGHT. The construction of the church, the frescoes (1370-1385) and the three capitals of the temple is the most important elements that can be seen by the visitor, the most important one of the southeast pillar with four heraldic birds in corners.
    • Dormition of the Virgin Garefeiou
      A significant religious monument is also the church of the Assumption. Located next to the Girls in the neighborhood WEIGHT. Its construction dates back to the 14th century. Originally the temple was dedicated to Jesus Christ and was called Saint Sophia. During the 17th century but the church became the church of the Assumption to survive and not be converted into a mosque, according to the order of Sultan Suleiman. (Whatever church called Hagia Sophia was converted into a mosque). The frescoes of the temple are of particular interest to the older dating to around 1380 and later in the 17th century. Kept in the sanctuary, on the surfaces of the columns in esorrachia the arches and pillars. The church is three-aisled basilica with a raised middle aisle and three-sided apse sanctuary.
    • The monastery of Agia Triada
      The monastery of Agia Triada dates to 1865 and is located in the plain of Edessa in Longos. Built on the ruins of an older church. The construction of the monastery was at the expense of city residents, and then took donations from large real estate fortune. During World War II, lost property and thereafter (1942) functions as a convent until today. The monastery is the temple, the monks' cells, the nursing home and associated buildings. The temple is a three triconch basilica. The upper-middle-aisle has three polygonal domes, the number of which symbolizes the Holy Trinity.