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Just came back from vacations with plenty of shots to show you!This one shows the picturesque village of Sivota in Thesprotia, a coastal village where the green all around landscape you embrace from sea with unique blue that it makes a idyllic picture. From the first moment of incomparable natural beauty landscape charms the eye of visitor. Sybota are built round one marine trick in that take shape small islets. The part you surround from the islets Saint Nikolaos and Black Term. Particularly the summertime a lot of foreigner and Greek tourists visit the region in order to they pass their interruptions. Sybota allocate Marina and enough from them roll up with private ships of recreation. Also Sybota can constitute vaulting horse also for a way in the Historical and natural monuments of Continent. Sybota are found 24 kms of N. of Igoumenitsa and constitute the small cosmopolitan resort of Thesprotia. It is seat of homonym Municipality Syboton and at the inventory 2001 they had 908 residents.In 432 B.C. the eminent naval battle in which the Corinthian and Thesprotikos fleet won the one of Corfu that belonged in the rival camp Athenian, at the Peloponnesian war 432 B.C.The place was released by the Turkish balance on 23 February 1912-13. In the duration of Ottoman domination it was seat of Ottoman Vice-Amiral. It produces oil, acorns and fishes. Was named Moyrtos from the name of somebody which taxed the going through commercial boats on Ottoman domination. Today it is lived by Greeks that came from the mountainous villages of the Continent. In 1959 took the ancient name Sybota. It is connected with ferry boat with the island of Paxos. Yachts and boats transport visitors in Parga.

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Additional Photos by Panagiotis Dragomanidis (drago) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 485 W: 149 N: 801] (4832)
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