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Pamvotis Lake Ioannina
Greece

This panorama was taken from the lakeshore of lake Pamvotis in Ioannina. The Byzantine castle of Ioannina is barely visible, hidden behind the trees. On top of the castle a minaret and a mosque (Ashlan Pasha mosque, now a Municipal museum) are visible, remnants of the Ottoman occupation of Greece. Within a hundred meters from the camera position, there are plenty of restaurants and cafeterias (behind the trees and on the right side of the fun park). Far behind the castle and to its left the island of Ioannina is visible. It is is the only inhabited lake island in Europe. The settlements visible across the lake are called Perama and Amfithea(left to right) and the mountain range above is called Mitsikeli.

Copyright: Nikos maretas
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Resolution: 16000x8000
Caricate: 25/08/2012
Aggiornato: 09/10/2014
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