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Ancient Pella

Published on 2015-01-13

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


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
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
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
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
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
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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    Wetland Agra - Island - Vrytton

    6km. from Edessa at an altitude of 470 meters above sea level lies the lake and the wetland Agra - Islands and Vrytton. This lake of 5,972 acres of supplying water from the source of the river Edesseos. An artificial freshwater lake largely covered by aquatic vegetation, while the north is bordered by steep cliffs. Over 250 different bird species living in the wetland journals.

    The flora of the lake consists of ydrofytiki vegetation that grows on the surface of the reed vegetation and occupies the largest territory and creates ideal conditions for nesting and reproduction of fauna. The fauna of the wetland consists of frogs, otters, coypu, aquatic turtles and water snakes. Regarding the avifauna of the lake, about 130 species of birds use for nesting, breeding and dormant. One of the four colonies of Whiskered in Greece is the lake-island-Agra Vrytton and the rare Black Tern in our country. Other bird species are regularly visited by herons, swans, the pelicans, the kingfishers, the Night Heron, the Little Grebe, the Bitterns and many species of duck to rare species, the ferruginous duck.
    The main human activities include agriculture, the main crop of cherry, livestock, where cows, horses and sheep graze in the meadows around the wetland, while the oldest lobster fishing was one of the major occupations of the residents.

    Lake Agra has been identified by the Ministry as a place of great natural beauty and because many species of flora are rare or endangered, protected by national and EU legislation. The wetland and surrounding area have joined the network of Special Protection Areas under the Directive on the conservation of birds. Also included in the areas proposed for inclusion in the European network of protected areas NATURA 2000. To hunt in the prohibited section of the area.
    Beside the lake is a tourist pavilion with local cuisine and excellent trout. The wetland Agra-island-Vrytton made package tours boating and bird watching. You can also browse by car along the route round the lake using the network of roads and paths. Equally enchanting is to cross the wetland area by train.

    Near the lake on the way to the village of Walnut is the monument of Agra and Macedon Captain Anthony MiG. The site is the effigy of walnut, which hung two makedonomachoi during the race of the Macedonia (1907) by Bulgarian guerillas, and a small temple. Part of real walnut displayed in the lobby of Hall of Edessa.