Pindus

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Pindus

(ˈpɪndəs)
n
(Placename) a mountain range in central Greece between Epirus and Thessaly. Highest peak: Mount Smólikas, 2633 m (8639 ft). Modern Greek name: Píndhos

Pin•dus

(ˈpɪn dəs)

n.
a mountain range in central Greece: highest peak, 7665 ft. (2335 m).
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Key sights such as Vikos and the neighbouring Aoos gorge, coupled with the unique cultural history and traditional infrastructure of the wider natural landscape of the Northern Pindos National Park, appear to be increasingly attracting people to this remote location.
The tree was found in a forest in the Pindos mountains near Greece's border with Albania.
Pindos, Nikas, Mimikos and Zwan are the leading brands in the Meat market in Greece
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Take a look at the pretty mainland resorts of Sivota and Parga, on the wild and mountainous shore of the Ionian Sea, where there are big sandy beaches, attractive family resorts I and the option of renting a car and heading off into the wild blue yonder of Epirus and the Pindos Mountains, where there are hidden valleys, lost villages, lakes and ancient ruins.
Finnish process industry machinery and systems supplier Metso Corporation said on Wednesday (12 January) that its subsidiary Metso Panelboard would upgrade and deliver equipment for the Greek furniture company Alfa Wood - Pindos SA's fibreboard production line in Greece.
Two sites were surveyed; the first was Nevrokopi, a small town in the Rhodope Mountains near the Greek-Bulgarian border, and the second site included Pramanta, a small village in the Pindos Mountains, and Matsuki, a small village in northwestern Greece.