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Gefiri Kokkorou
Greece

One of the most famous briges dated from 1750. In the past such bridges apart from being used to cross rivers legend has it that they were also used to catch goat thiefs. They forced the thief to cross it with a goat on his back; if he succeded then he was set free otherwise they drawened him in the river.

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Uploaded: 05/05/2009
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Tags: zagoria; dilofo; greece; gefiri; kokorou; ipiros; ipeiros; papigo; vikos; canyon; zagoroxoria; zagorohoria
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