Profítis Ilías

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    • Day 17


      November 14, 2021 in Greece ⋅ ⛅ 10 °C

      Kosmas is a typical small mountain village typical for the Peloponnesian Peninsula. The village is known from the 16th century, but locally there was an ancient town with s temple to Apollo.
      The 1st picture is of the town square. This was just after church and the square had lots of people, much like everyone going for brunch back home. The 2nd picture is in the local church that is usually closed. Arriving just after the service was fortunate as I got to visit.
      The next 3 pictures look at the village. I took the time to try yida, the local goat soup said to be unique here. It was very good.
      The last picture looks across the valley back to the village. It's too bad that this picture doesn't give a sense of the hair-raising cliffs and gorges the road navigates to get here.
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