is Frousiouna, a small village among trees and green, 6km from Kefalovriso
and 45km from Argos. Frousiouna
is ‘protected’ by the gigantic mountains of Lyrkeio,
Trachi, Armenia and Karoumpalos.
During winter it is inhabited by few people. On summer though, it
is frequently visited by people who own houses and want to enjoy nature. At the
center there is a nice stony fountain, while on Armenia Mountain there is the
chapel of Santa Paraskevi.
Frousiouna was once keeping the spirit of tradition alive. Marriage
was celebrated in a special way.
(text: Alexis Totsikas)
This text (extract) is cited April 2004 from the Prefecture
of Argolis tourist pamphlet.
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