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A cache by MARIZA AND TEO Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/14/2006
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Geocache Description:

Ioannina is the largest town in Epirus and the capital of the region. The town is located along the shores on the lake, known in ancient times as Pamvotis which is renowned for the beauty of its natural surroundings.

In Ioannina you can still walk on cobblestone streets, where Oriental designs meet the Neo-clasical architecture, you can turn a corner and find yourself transfered from a typical 20th centrury commercial centre to a Middle Eastern bazzar. It is here that even today Oriental and Greek culture are still interlinked. The castle of Ioannina is one of the oldest castles built on Justinian (Byzantine emperor) in 528. The cache is a plastic container in witch we have placed a log book, a pen, a chinese coin for good luck, and some other items................................ P.S Greek geocachers we have our own site now so take a look here too!!!! The Greek Geocaching site (Only in Greek)

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Ybbx ng gur jvaqbj bs gur Nfyna Cnfn'f znhfbyrhz.

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