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Presentation of Geographical Unit Konitsa

An area with a rich and particularly technical civilization, Konitsa is characterized by the groups of technicians, stone carvers, painters and holly picture painters. The natural landscape with noble mountains, hard-to-access trails, fertile valleys and rushing waters, stimulates every visitor with its radiating beauty and serenity. The greater area is encloses by a idiomorphic mountain horseshoe that surrounds the Sarantaporos valley on the north, Aoos valley on the east and Konitsa basin.

Description of geographical features

An area with a rich and particularly technical civilization, Konitsa is characterized by the groups of technicians, stone carvers, painters and holly picture painters. The natural landscape with noble mountains, hard-to-access trails, fertile valleys and rushing waters, stimulates every visitor with its radiating beauty and serenity. The greater area is encloses by a idiomorphic mountain horseshoe that surrounds the Sarantaporos valley on the north, Aoos valley on the east and Konitsa basin.

Historical and cultural significance of the stone bridges

An area with a rich and particularly technical civilization, Konitsa is characterized by the groups of technicians, stone carvers, painters and holly picture painters. The natural landscape with noble mountains, hard-to-access trails, fertile valleys and rushing waters, stimulates every visitor with its radiating beauty and serenity. The greater area is encloses by a idiomorphic mountain horseshoe that surrounds the Sarantaporos valley on the north, Aoos valley on the east and Konitsa basin.

Traditions and customs on the stone bridges

An area with a rich and particularly technical civilization, Konitsa is characterized by the groups of technicians, stone carvers, painters and holly picture painters. The natural landscape with noble mountains, hard-to-access trails, fertile valleys and rushing waters, stimulates every visitor with its radiating beauty and serenity. The greater area is encloses by a idiomorphic mountain horseshoe that surrounds the Sarantaporos valley on the north, Aoos valley on the east and Konitsa basin.

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