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Nea Zichni

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Nea Zichni is a municipality and town in the Serres region of Macedonia (Greece).


There is nothing of touristic interest in this village. The nearby cave and gorge are described under Drama.

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  • 1 Cave Alistrati (6 km southwest of the town of Alistrati). One of the largest caves in Europe. The corridors have visited length of 3 km.
  • 2 Gorge Aggitis. A few meters away from the railway line that passes near the Alistrati Cave, or Gorge Aggitis the Vraous as the locals say, on the east side of the prefecture of Serres, with a length of 15 km, between the mountains and Paggaio Menoikio (17 km from the city of Drama) and extends from the village contribution (Dam) to Angistas Station. In three points of the canyon, rock paintings have been found depicting camels, deer, horsemen who hold the reins of horses and spears, and abstract designs. These paintings are estimated to date from the Bronze Age. Rich is the flora and fauna of the area, and over the centuries have created several caves and arches along the ravine. The river is home to sports like rafting, canoeing, and kayaking.







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