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Vovousa bridge
Greece

The bridge of Vovousa is one of the most impressive stone bridges of Zagori and was built in 1748. It conects the two banks of Aoos river, the most unspoiled river in Greece, as it passes from one National park (Pindos) to another (Vikos-Aoos) in a complete natural and remote area.

Copyright: Costas Vassis
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Uploaded: 09/01/2010
Updated: 02/07/2014
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Tags: epirus; zagori; vovousa; bridge; aoos river; mountains; village; forest; national park
  • stylianos kanakaris 7 months ago
    καταπληκτικο !! πετυχες και σουπερ μερα !!
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