Voidomatis River Vikos
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Voidomatis River Vikos

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Another site near the springs of Voidomatis River in the Vikos Gorge.

Nature is simply amazing here. Can you spot the stone naturaly curved by the river to look like a pyramid?

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A: Voidomatis River Springs Vikos Canyon Panagia Monastery

av Vasilis Triantafyllou, 110 meter bort

Voidomatis river crosses the Vikos Canyon. In this area one may find the springs of the river near th...

Voidomatis River Springs Vikos Canyon Panagia Monastery

B: Vikos Voidomatis Path Descent

av Vasilis Triantafyllou, 300 meter bort

The descent to the springs of Voidomatis River is very pleasing at this season with all natures sprin...

Vikos Voidomatis Path Descent

C: Vikos Gorge Sunset View Greece

av Vasilis Triantafyllou, 600 meter bort

Vikos Gorge Sunset View Greece

D: Vikos Canyon

av stylianos kanakaris, 600 meter bort

Vikos Canion

Vikos Canyon

E: Vikos gorge view

av Kostas Kaltsas, 620 meter bort

Vikos gorge view

F: Vikos Gorge

av Costas Vassis, 630 meter bort

View of Vikos Gorge from the Vikos village. Vikos Gorge is a part os Vikos-Aoos National Park. With w...

Vikos Gorge

G: Vikos Zagorochoria Epirus Greece

av Georgios Kosmas, 790 meter bort

This is one of my favorite places around the world. There is a bench, at the end of the Vikos gorge w...

Vikos Zagorochoria Epirus Greece

H: Aristi Bridge Zagoria Greece

av Vasilis Triantafyllou, 2.2 km bort

Aristi Bridge Zagoria Greece

I: Voidomatis River Rough Water Greece

av Vasilis Triantafyllou, 2.2 km bort

Voidomatis River Rough Water Greece

J: Voidomatis River Greece

av Vasilis Triantafyllou, 2.3 km bort

Voidomatis River Greece

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