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The Voras Mountains or Nidže (Greek: Όρος Βόρας , Serbian: Ниџе, Turkish: Nice Dağı) are a mountain range in the Pella Prefecture of Macedonia, Greece, situated in the north-west of the prefecture on the border with the Republic of Macedonia. The tallest peak in the range is Kaimakchalan at 2,524 m (8,281 ft). The mountain range hosts a ski resort and the hot springs at Loutra Loutrakiou (Pozar).

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A: fragma myrixoy sisani

摄影师kostas vasileiadis, 距离此全景11.2

to fragma myrixoy sisani voioy

fragma myrixoy sisani

B: Nikeios Sxoli Nymfaio Florina Greece

摄影师Vasilis Triantafyllou, 距离此全景12.2

Nikeios Sxoli Nymfaio Florina Greece

C: Vitsi (florina / kastoria) - road to the forest

摄影师dimitrios papadopoulos, 距离此全景13.4

Vitsi (florina / kastoria) - road to the forest

Vitsi (florina / kastoria) - road to the forest

D: Agia Paraskeyh Domavistioy

摄影师kostas vasileiadis, 距离此全景13.5

Agia Paraskeyh Domavistioy -Namata Voioy

Agia Paraskeyh Domavistioy

E: vitsi - florina -3

摄影师dimitrios papadopoulos, 距离此全景13.8

vitsi - florina -3

vitsi - florina -3

F: Vitsi (florina / kastoria) - rivers

摄影师dimitrios papadopoulos, 距离此全景14.5

Vitsi (florina / kastoria) - rivers

Vitsi (florina / kastoria) - rivers

G: Edessas- Kastorias road (Aetos)

摄影师Tzatzanis - Maravelakis, 距离此全景14.7

Edessas-  Kastorias road (Aetos)

H: Kastoria Panagia Mayriotissa

摄影师Vasilis Triantafyllou, 距离此全景17.6

Kastoria Panagia Mayriotissa

I: limneos oikismos kastorias

摄影师kostas vasileiadis, 距离此全景18.5

λιμναίος οικισμός Δισπηλιού Καστοριάς

limneos oikismos kastorias

J: Kastoria Walking on the Leaves

摄影师Vasilis Triantafyllou, 距离此全景18.7

Kastoria Walking on the Leaves

此全景拍摄于Greece, Europe


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