Dating volos greece

They are built on terraces on the slopes and offer stunning vistas of the surrounding slopes and the sea.Houses are usually multi-storied and feature the characteristic Pelian oriel construction, with tall windows and abundant painted ornamentation.

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The higher elevations of the mountain receive enough snowfall so as to host skiing facilities that operate from Christmas to Easter.

Pelian cuisine specializes in charcuterie, its most famed dish being spentzofáï, a hearty stew made of sliced pork sausage that is first cooked on its own, then stewed with green and red peppers, mild or hot as the case may be, and shallots or small onions; aubergine or tomatoes are added when seasonally available.

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Pelion is also renowned for its orchard fruit, with pride of place going to the firíki, an originally Egyptian apple varietal of very small, oval-shaped, intensely fragrant, crisp and slightly tart apples that withstand long storage without refrigeration.

There is also wide cultivation of plums, especially mirabelles and greengages.

The northern part of the Pelion mountains was struck by a forest fire (see Summer 2007 Wildfires in Greece) on Tuesday, June 26, 2007, which started in Siki and damaged its forests, mostly at the middle part of the mountain.

The fire lasted for several days and stopped on July 1. As of late August, however, a natural rebirth of the forest was already being noticed, with several trees gradually turning green again, as well as bushes appearing on the ground.

Electricity, radio and automobiles were first introduced in the 1950s except for Volos, which had those utilities from earlier times.

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