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Theogefyro (info from
Theogefyro (God Bridge) is one of the most important sightseeings of the region of Zitsa, for which many well-known and anonymous historians wrote. Between them Panagiotis Aravantinos, Lord Byron, Ioannis Lampridis, Poykevil and many more.

Bridge made from God. That's how residents of the region called it. An infrequent geological phenomenon, result or better work of impetuous waters of Kalamas. It is 45 meters long, 3-4 meters wide and is 20 meters above the river.

Thousands years before Thyamis ( the old name of Kalamas) rolled in higher altitude than that nowdays. In its way however, between in the hills of Mpakis and Anilioy it met resistance. The ground hard. The rock tried to resist, but in vane. Its wild impetuous waters achieved to find an exit in the precarious obstacle that the rock created and then opened a passage under it, creating a natural bridge. The bridge that manufactured the nature, the bridge that manufactured God, for the residents of the region. Tha's the reason why they called THEOGEFYRO.

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