Mastorohoria, the Epirus of stone

Mastorohoria, the Epirus of stone

  In the northwest of the city of Konitsa and along the Sarantapora valley you will find the Mastorohoria villages. Villages whose inhabitants were specialized in the art of building and other similar professions. Technical expertise in these places was the...
The watermills of Konitsa

The watermills of Konitsa

The watermills until the 1950s and 1960s were the places of concentration of the inhabitants of the surrounding area who were visiting them to grind grain. With the power of water, the mantles and nozzles were used to wash the woolen clothes. Until the occupation in...
The museums of Konitsa

The museums of Konitsa

The museums of the region host exhibits covering millennia of culture, conquests and accomplishments. Folk collections or natural history museums are found in Bourazani, Kerasovo, Kefalochori, Amaranto and Mazi. In Konitsa, at the site of the old Muslim school under...
Religious character of Konitsa

Religious character of Konitsa

Complete presentation of the holy temples and monasteries of the region, which are an integral part of the tradition and history of Konitsa. In the area there are temples of the Byzantine and post-Byzantine era, and you can also visit temples, which now only function...
The archaelogical buildings of Konitsa

The archaelogical buildings of Konitsa

Anagnostopouleos Agricultural School It is located in the settlement: Konitsa It is located in the northwest of the city, at the center of an extensive farm, which today is largely planted with vineyards. It was built in 1925 with expense and according to the will of...
The stone bridges of Konitsa

The stone bridges of Konitsa

Epirus, and especially the area of ​​Konitsa, is famous for the skillful construction of bridges that remain unchanged over time and remind us of the greatness of man. In perfect combination with the environment, the concitious bridges offer the visitor amazing...