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/// PLASTIRA LAKE /// is an artificial lake fed by Tavropos (Megdovas) river, located in Karditsa regional unit, near the city of Karditsa, Greece. The lake is named after the Greek general and politician Nikolaos Plastiras, who was the first to visualize the construction of an artificial lake in the area.
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lake Plastiras taken from an observation post at an altitude of 1450 meters, Thessaly, Greece ✯ ωнιмѕу ѕαη∂у
Lake Plastiras, Greece
Roussanou Monastery, Meteora, Greece. [Featured in Richard Halliburton's Book of Marvels from the late 1930s, but he didn't have an aerial photo like this one.]
So simple so beautiful.. In the lake Plastiras, Thessaly, Greece (by amalia lam on Flickr)
Lake Plastira, Karditsa, Greece
Lake Plastira, Greece
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Meteora, Greece (by Thanassis Fournarakos)
"Suspended in Light," the Meteora monasteries, central Greece, photo by Mary Kay from '500px is Photography'
Monasteries @ Meteora, Greece During breakfast you can hear the monks chanting...
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Climbing the holy rocks of Metéora which rise starkly over 400 m above the Peneas valley and the small town of Kalambaka on the Thessalian plain in Greece.
Roussanou monastery, Meteora, Greece