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Metsovo - Ioannina - Epirus - Greece - Μέτσοβο - Ιωάννινα

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There are many cities that claim the title of the most picturesque settlement in Greece, but this title belongs to Metsovo without any doubt. It is a mountainous city that captures the visitor with its spectacular colours and its unique images. It is built in 1200 m altitude in an impressive green landscape, exactly on the spot that North and South Pindos are separated. Metsovo will awaken forgotten sensations!

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A: Everything is Green...

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B: Metsobo Agia Paraskeui Square Greece

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C: Metsovo near the town Square Greece

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D: St. George Church in Metsovo

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E: old stone bridge Mpampa

by stylianos kanakaris, 4.8 km away

old stone bridge Mpampa

F: Giouzel Tepe peak (1.871m)

by Kostas Vassiliou, 4.9 km away

View from Giouzel Tepe peak at the Anilio Ski Resort near Metsovo, Greece

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G: Kalogiros Lakmou

by Kostas Vassiliou, 7.9 km away

View from Kalogiros of Lakmos mountain above Anthohori village.

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H: GIANNAKI PEAK

by Kostas Vassiliou, 10.4 km away

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I: A small meadow in Valia Kalnta

by Kostas Vassiliou, 11.4 km away

View from a small meadow in Valia Kalnta national park

A small meadow in Valia Kalnta

J: View from Salatoura Milias in Valia Kalnta

by Kostas Vassiliou, 12.0 km away

View from Salatoura Milias in Valia Kalnta national park

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