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Immediate need for mild tourist development of the ερημωμένης, but beautiful Mourgkana in Thesprotia…

The mountainous Crete to Thesprotia, a region untouched environmentally, with few people in each village. The inhabitants, stubbornly waiting every summer the immigrants villagers, to liven up homes and villages in the summer festivals! For there to be a breath of life in the area, a “kiss” survival is an immediate need for the mild tourist development of the ερημωμένης, but beautiful Mourgkana in Thesprotia. Looking at it on the map, in Crete, looks like a stone peak, which is buried deep in the Albanian territory! 16 settlements are the Mourgkana villages and the lack of inhabitants is the greatest problem inherited from the history in the area. The historic monasteries, the stone bridges, the canyons, all places of unique beauty, can easily become attractive hiking routes, as long as the old paths that connected the villages to be cleaned and labeled.Source

The mountainous Crete to Thesprotia, a region untouched environmentally, with few people in each village. The inhabitants, stubbornly waiting for every …
summer the immigrants villagers, to liven up homes and villages in the summer festivals! For there to be a breath of life in the region, a “kiss” of survival is an immediate need for the mild tourist development of the ερημωμένης, but beautiful Mourgkana in Thesprotia. Looking at it on the map, in Crete, looks like a stone peak, which is buried deep in the Albanian territory! 16 settlements are the Mourgkana villages and the lack of inhabitants is the greatest problem inherited from the history in the area. The historic monasteries, the stone bridges, the canyons, all places of unique beauty, can easily become attractive hiking routes, as long as the old paths that connected the villages to be cleaned and labeled.
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