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25/01/2008
GRAMMENOHORIA

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Between Kourenta (west) and the range of hills “Marmara-Zoodohos” (east) is a pleasant landscape with blossoming oaks and holly, wild pear trees and “asfakes” that become full of flowers and scents in spring. The landscape has a northern limit at the Ampelia stream and a southern limit at the Megali Tsouka (1173m). The soil is especially good but there is little water in the area. The waters of the Smolitsas river, a branch of the Kalamas river, irrigate a small area as they pass through Delvinakopoulo, Kokkinohoma and Lefkothea. Small ridges, sometimes wooded and sometimes bare, irregular shapes, endless lines in the horizon, stones and stone walls, a few marbles, some vineyards, dry and fine air make for a frugal landscape with excess charm and sweetness.