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Following the rising road that leads to the village, it is 28 km away
The few locals that still live in the village deal mostly with cultivation
- olive trees, produce and grains - and cattle raising. They try to keep unquenchable
their faith to historical continuity. Andritsa contains two churches; the church
of St. Vlassis at the top of a hill and the Byzantine chapel of St. Demetrios.
Andritsa is a village where excavations have brought into light a
number of relics that belonged to the ancient and medieval times. Archeologists
have found funeral gifts and coins, as well as evidence of ancient water tank.
Finally, from Andritsa visitors may scan the Turkish road of Agogiostrata
at the southern side of Ktenias
that once led to the village of
(text: Alexis Totsikas)
This text (extract) is cited March 2004 from the Prefecture
of Argolis tourist pamphlet.
The most beautiful village, located in a plain by the sea, is a significant
transportation junction with a road network, a railroad station and a port. Myloi
is built on the grounds of the ancient city of Lerna,
the legendary founder of which was Lernos.
In the modern times, Myloi owes its fame to the historical battle
that took place in the area, in June 1825, between the Hellenic forces, headed
by Ypsilantis and Makrygiannis, and Imbraim’s armies.
Today, Myloi is a beautiful picturesque village ideal for recreation
This text (extract) is cited March 2004 from the Prefectorial
Self-Government of Argolida tourist pamphlet.
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