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Theogefiro
Greece

Theogefiro is a natural bridge that created  by the impetuous  waters of river Kalamas (or by "god" as its name means) near the village of Lithino. In the past the residents used this bridge in order to pass the river but today they use the more safe metal bridge above it. During the hot summer the place is a real oasis.

Copyright: Costas vassis
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Uploaded: 08/01/2010
Updated: 02/07/2014
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Tags: theogefiro; kalamas; epirus; ioannina; river; bridge; lithino; water
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