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Arta (Greek: Άρτα) (Population: 21.895 (2011)) is in Epirus.


Arta's bridge

A worth seeing provincial town. The main attraction is the old, impressive stone bridge and the castle ruins in the center.

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  • 1 Rogoi Castle. A larger hilltop castle in a beautiful location on a curve of the Louros river. It is an old castle. Its most important period was during the despair of Epirus in the 13th century and at the beginning of the 14th century. The name of the castle comes from the word "arogi" and means "help" as it was used as a refuge during the attacks by the Slavs and Bulgarians on the Coastal population. Rogoi (Q55631908) on Wikidata Rogoi on Wikipedia
  • 2 Bridge of Arta. Bridge of Arta (Q996126) on Wikidata Bridge of Arta on Wikipedia
  • 3 Church of the Parigoritissa. Church of the Parigoritissa (Q5118022) on Wikidata Church of the Parigoritissa on Wikipedia
  • 4 Archaeological Museum of Arta. Archaeological Museum of Arta (Q4785390) on Wikidata Archaeological Museum of Arta on Wikipedia







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