Thesprotia, Greece

Ancient Elina – Dymokastro

Coastal fortified settlement, covering an area of 22 hectares, divided in three sectors, built on consecutive plateaus along the hill and enclosed within successive fortification circuits. During the time of its foundation habitation was restricted on the smooth and leveled eastern part of the hill, where two “citadels” are situated. In Hellenistic times the fortification […]

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The hill of Doliani is abundant with archaeological remains covering a wide chronological range from antiquity to post -Byzantine (Ottoman) period. The settlement, in the northern and eastern sides and in the accessible parts of the naturally protected western side, it is fortified with a strong double isodomic wall, which underwent multiple restoration and additional

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Castle of Margariti

According to historic engravings, the shape of the castle appears to be triangular or quadrangular, with strong large towers on all corners. Furthermore, it appears that there are also buildings inside the castle. In fact, in the Camozio(1574) and Coronelli’s (1688) engravings there are also a mosque and a large circular building. However the current

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Castle of Igoumenitsa

The castle was constructed right above an ancient fortress of the late roman period. The fortification wall has undergone repairs in various periods of times, while today reaches in parts a height of 6m.and an average thickness of 2m. The main gate is located in the middle of the eastern side, which was strengthened by

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  Folklore Museum of Perdika

The museum was the result of the collection of folklore, traditional, historical and photographic material of the region. It ensures the promotion of the traditional heritage through its displayed items: agricultural tools, lumberjack tools, carpentry tools, weaving tools, livestock objects, traditional costumes, traditional household items, old weapons and old coins.

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