Pindus Mountains


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Pin·dus Mountains

 (pĭn′dəs)
A range of mountains extending about 235 km (145 mi) south from the southern border of Albania through northwest Greece and rising to 2,637 m (8,652 ft). They formed the border between ancient Thessaly and Epirus.
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And the view, looking out towards the Pindus mountains, is enough to take the relaxation factor up a notch or two.
Welcome to the beautiful, peaceful Pindus mountains in the historic and traditional region of Epirus in northwestern Greece.
In North America, we call the brown bear a grizzly if he lives in inland Alaska, the Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia, Alberta and the states of Washington, Montana, Wyoming and Idaho, but they are actually brown bears like one might encounter in the Pindus Mountains of northern Greece.
The six Greek Orthodox monasteries are built on spectacular natural rock pillars on the edge of the Pindus Mountains.
Scenes in For Your Eyes Only were shot at Greece's magestic Meteora, six Greek Orthodox monasteries built on spectacular natural rock pillars on the edge of the Pindus Mountains.