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Voidomatis River Springs Vikos Canyon Panagia Monastery
Greece

Voidomatis river crosses the Vikos Canyon. In this area one may find the springs of the river near the monastery of Panagia. It is only one hour walk from the  Vikos village, center, but follwoing this path one may walk all the Vikos canyon some 7 hours of trekking

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