Hot air in winter, cold air in the summer, both pouring out of a hole at a 450-meter altitude
Forty two years ago, the Chios loving painter climbs up “Old Woman’s Castle” along with a couple friend
How a former hunter piled up hundreds of nameplaces on a map compiled “just for the heck of it”
Several references can be found in the Chian Calendar Book of Fita village referring to…
A Vrontados stockbreeding family, river Anilios and an eventful wintering at “Kamitsis’ stockyard”
It’s not the broadest nor the deepest well; it’s not the oldest one either. It’s a typical Mount Epos well, but it was made by the man who is credited with constructing the majority of Chios’ stockyards.
A boulder, the puzzling disappearance of an ancient inscription and two small tales set against the background of Mount Piganio
Rubble walls, goat drops and memories from the renowned Oros stockyards