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Litharitsia

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Litharitsia is a park in the center of Ioannina. It is a place were people go to find some calm in the city, but also a place were lots of happenings take place. This pano was shot at its eastern side, which ends at an abrubt cliff. Looking northwest we can see the archaeological museum of Ioannina and to the south buidings belonging to the park. The whole eastern side is dominated by the lake of Ioannina and part of the city. Looking northeast one can see Its kale and even further the island of the lake of Ioannina. 

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