It is a mountainous settlement that is found in distance of 7 kilometres
from Aridea, in the borders
Greece and former Yugoslavia. The village took his name from the fighter of Macedonian
Fight capten Kostas Garefis.
The residents deal with the agriculture, the livestock-farming and
the forestal exploitations The Greek Macedonian captain Kostas Garefis was given
birth in the village Apple
trees of Pilion and fought for the release of Macedonia in the region of the
lake of Giannitsa. It died in August 1906 in the village Tsernesovo, that was
later renamed to his honour in Garefi.
Map & Distances
22o 02' 38.08" E
41o 01' 53.58" N
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