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The Canyon of Petroussa - Pyrgoi begins north of the village of Pirgoi and terminates in Petroussa. With a length of more than 10 kilometers it is an attraction for nature lovers - hikers, who can cross it beneath vertical rocks, within a landscape of stunning natural beauty. On the slopes of the canyon colorful wildflowers, resistant dry plants and interesting arboreal vegetation are ...

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Archeological Sites

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The remains of the current Fortress of Nymphea or “Kale”, located approximately 4 km southwest of the village, at the 10th km of provincial road Komotini-Fortress Nymphea and few meters after the tourist pavilion of the municipality. From the old masonry (up to 5m height) survives only a part of the south side of the wall of nearly 10 m long and a battlement attached in the west of ...

Settlements

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Nymphea is a mountain village (alt. 550 m) and it’s located in Rhodope, 18 km north of Komotini. All the houses in Nymphea are stone coated and have wooden roofs and slate surface mining. The village is well connected to the natural environment. More precisely it’s adapted to it. It uses the physical terrain, the leeward of the location and has good views to the west where is ...
Petrousa
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Petroussa
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It is located 14 km northwest of Drama, on the southern outskirts of Falakro, at the edge of the homonymous canyon (Canyon of Petrousas). It is a town with developed animal farms and rich cultural life. In the center of the village are the ruins of great basilica of the 19th century. dedicated to Panagia, with a significant number of Roman and Byzantine sculptures on the walls as ...

Forest

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The grove of Komotini is the “green lung” of the city and it’s ideal for walking or jogging, biking, and game for children and adults. There are shaped areas with gazebos, tables, benches, paved paths, fountains, basketball, volleyball and tennis. The park crosses a paved road that leads to the historic Fort of Nymfaia. There is also a tourist kiosk where one can enjoy their ...

Natura/Ramsar

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The special geological substratum, combined with climatic, soil and topographic conditions, created a significant variety of habitats with special botanical interest. Thus the mountain Falakro collects many, rare for Greece, herbaceous plants, forming valuable ecosystems on the peaks, the meadows and the rocky outcrops of the mountain. The fauna is also proportional to the botanical ...

Monasteries, Temples& Churches

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The Holy Church, named as the "Old Church" is dedicated to the Entrance of Holy Mary, honored on November 21. The oral testimonies of the residents report that the post-Byzantine church of Panagia was built in 1835 during the prelacy of the Metropolitan Germanos B of Drama (May 1831 to 22 November 1835) and is said that the holy temple was inaugurated in 1832, where the "Greek Priest" ...

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Στην Πετρούσα κάθε χρόνο 6-7 και 8 Ιανουαρίου τελείται το «Μπάμπιντεν». Κυρίαρχο σύμβολο του εθίμου είναι η καμήλα (ο πολιτιστικός σύλλογος διαθέτει ιδιόκτητη αληθινή Βακτριανή καμήλα, τον Ζαχαρία). Ο συμβολισμός ...
Parcharia
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Nymfea
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The Parcharia have their roots in an old Pontian tradition. It was a celebration for the reception of shepherds from the mountain pastures where they lived during the summer. The reception was mainly by the women. "Parcharia" called the Greeks of Pontus" plateaus stretching to the highest slopes and foothills of the Pontic Alps, at altitudes ranging from 1500 until 2500 or even 3000 m. ...