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Information Centre for Lake Pamvotis
Greece

The Information Centre for Lake Pamvotis located in the Nissi village on the sole island of the lake, near Ioannina in Greece. It is housed in a traditional old building that was renovated for the purpose. The Centre is providing visitors with information about the lake and the surrounding area. The center is operated by the Management Authority of Lake Pamvotis.

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