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Mastoroxoria Villages

We continue our journey towards the famous Pirsogianni (formerly the seat of the Municipality of Mastorochoria), Vourbiani, Oxia, Asimochori, Chioniades (seat of the famous Hagiographers of the region) Gorgopotamos (a village with a tradition at wood carving) and we end up in the village of Plikati, at an altitude of 1,240 m.

Vourbiani

Epar.Od. Pirsogiannis - Plikatiou 201, Vourmpiani 440…
The village of Vourbiani is built on the northeastern slopes of the Kardari peak (1955m), which belongs to the Grammos mountain range, at an altitude of 885m and is surrounded by dense oak forest. The…

Oxya (Seltsi)

Unnamed Road, Oxia 440 15, Greece
The village of Oxya (or Seltsi) was created as outcome of the residents' moving from the nearby villages of Theotokos and Pistiliapi. According to the legend, the name Seltsi originated from a Turkish bey of…

Asimochori (Liskatsi)

Unnamed Road, Asimochori 440 15, Greece
According to an old legend, the village has taken its name from the Serbian word "leska" which means hazel, as, according to Mr. Vasilios Christou, "it is framed by two tributaries of Sarantaporos river and…

Chionades

Unnamed Road, Chionades 440 15, Greece
The village is built at an altitude of 1120m, on a densely forested oak and beech slope, at the eastern end of the peak of "Lesili" (1913m) on the border with Albania. It is 2…

Gorgopotamos

Epar.Od. Pirsogiannis - Plikatiou, Gorgopotamos 440 15,…
The village of Gorgopotamos, known also with the name Tournovo, meaning place with thorns, is the birthplace of famous wood carvers. Following the tradition of technical specialization in one main field, which characterizes the villages…

Plikati

Epar.Od. Pirsogiannis - Plikatiou, Plikati 440 15,…
Built at altitude of 1240 m, within the valley of Gorgopotamos, the village of Plikati is a mountainous community of the former municipality of Mastorochoria, which is known for the beauty of the natural landscape…

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