Epirus


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an ancient area on the Ionian Sea that flourished as a kingdom in the 3rd century BC

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This innovative product platform aims to enable localized manufacturing in emerging economies where EPIRUS is developing partnerships combining public and private sector financial support and expertise.
Many centuries ago, the Gods battled the mighty Titans and imprisoned these creatures deep within Mount Tartaros, inside a cage that can only be broken by a bolt from the Epirus Bow.
The three blocks near the towns of Patras and Katakolo and in Epirus may contain about 250 million barrels of oil.
MANY centuries ago, the Gods battled the Titans and imprisoned these creatures deep within Mount Tartaros, inside a cage that can only be broken by a bolt from the Epirus Bow.
Immortals (15) MANY centuries ago, the Gods battled the mighty Titans and imprisoned these creatures deep within Mount Tartaros, inside a cage that can only be broken by a bolt from the Epirus Bow.
Now in Albania, close to the border with Greece, the city of Butrint is on the coast of what was Epirus, well protected from wind and waves behind the long island of Corfu, but with easy access to the Ionian Sea and the lush hinterland.
From a start in mainly Bulgarian and Macedonian traditional songs and polyphony, the group added first Russian, Ukrainian, Hungarian and Rumanian repertoire, then music from Georgia, Armenia, Caucasia, all the former Yugoslav Republics, and the northern Greek Epirus mountains.
These fertile, well-structured soils are more widespread on the rolling plains and basins of Thessaly, Epirus and Elis (Figure 2), and have always been an important agricultural resource of Greece.
A break at Retreat Beachplus Club in Sivota, Greece, offers the chance to combine Hatha yoga with other activities, from sailing and water-skiing to tennis and mountain-biking from October 9 to 16 on the coast of the Epirus region of central Greece.
which was speedily avenged by an overwhelming Roman reprisal); the setbacks against Pyrrhus, king of Epirus, and Hannibal, the Carthaginian general: the challenge of Mithridates, king of Pontus; Spartacus' short-lived slave revolt; and the slaughter of Crassus and his legions by the Parthians in 53 B.
In this brief work Kotsias explores the curious intersection of the lives of two couples: the bleak and colorless existence of an elderly couple living in Athens is meaningfully transformed through their accidental encounter with a youthful pair of refugees from North Epirus and their baby daughter.
The further expansion of the network is taking place at a rigorous pace with primary coverage targets being the islands of Crete and Rhodes, the regions of Peloponnese, Epirus and Macedonia as well as the Cyclades (Aegean) islands.
The tendering security will be addressed to the Regional Union of Ioannina Region Epirus.
His body was moved to Corfu, across from Epirus in northwest Greece, where many of the initial Greek immigrants in Worcester came from.