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Metsovo is a town in Epirus on the mountains of Pindus in northern Greece, between Ioannina to the north and Meteora to the south. The largest centre of Vlach life in Greece, Metsovo is bypassed by GR-6 (Ioannina - Trikala) and also by Egnatia Odos Motorway.From medieval times till well into the 19th century, Metsovo is referred to in the various sources with the word Metzovo. From the end of the 18th
Krania is one of the Vlach villages of Grevena. Perched on the slopes of the mountain range of Pindos, between crystal clear streams and rivers, dense forests of pine, fir, beech trees and bushes, a truly magnificent landscape is located Krania. The alpine landscape of the region is distinguished by its beautiful natural environment and rich flora and fauna.Each visitor can see and enjoy the natural
Milia is a mountainous village in the prefecture of Ioannina. Located east of the prefecture, close to Metsovo. It is built at an altitude of 1,160 meters on the slopes of the northern Pindos and is one of the mountainous villages of Epirus. Milia was a separate community until the Kallikratis project that joined it to the Municipality of Metsovo. Its population according to the 2011 census is 396

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    Artificial Lake of Aoos

    Aoos is a river of Epirus with a total length of 260 km. 70 km are in Greek territory and the remaining 190 in Albanian. Aoos stems from the Pindos and initially leaked a gorge between the mountains Tymfi and Smolikas. Southwest of Konitsa enters Albania and flows into the Adriatic Sea. At the sources of Aoos, situated at an altitude of 1,340 meters, has built an artificial lake (in 1987) for water and electricity of the nearby area. Due to the beauty of the landscape around the lake, tourism is developed rapidly.