- The Cave of Perama, Ioannina, is located in the southern hills of Goritsa hill, at the highest point of the center of Perama village, ten meters higher than the middle level of Lake Pamvotis and at an altitude of 480 meters. His feet are washed by Lake Pamvotis Ioannina, which became famous with the legend of Kyra-Frosini and Ali Pasha. Geographic data The flat plain of the basin develops around Lake Pamvotis and is surrounded by successive mountains and highlands. Its highest points are to the northwest, with Mount Mitsikeli (1811 m high) dominating, while the lower ones are east and south. In the center, located between the southern slopes of Mitsikeli, the hills of the city and the hill of Kastritsa, the lake of Ioannina is formed. Around Mitsikeli is Driskos (1278 m) with its eastern ends leading to the valley of Arachthos, Aetorrachi (1078 m.), Which develops between Arachthos and the hills of Avgous, Prophet Elias (1076 m), Megali Tsouka (1173 m above sea level) above Kosmira, Marmara (879 m), Tsouka (781 m high) and Pentalonia (al. 840 meters). The lake was previously communicating through a natural grove with Lake Lapis, in the northwestern part of the basin, which was drained during the 1950s to create the Lapista plain. Many limestone hills form a special landscape, linked to historic sites, such as Castricca, Bizani, Perama Cave and Gardenia Kastri. Geologically, the area belongs to the Ionian zone with limestones dominating. Occasionally, minimum bladder zones are encountered. The main water body of the area is Lake Pamvotis, which flows through several streams of the basin. The climate of the region is that of the mild Mediterranean type, with too many rains, frequent fogs and dry summer. In the mountainous areas of the region the climate becomes more rough with a lot of snowfall in the winter.
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- Open: 09.00-16.00 Monday closed Tickets: Full: €2, Reduced: €1 Special ticket package: Full: €4, Reduced: €2 Valid for: Archaeological Museum of Ioannina, Byzantine Museum of Ioannina The Museum's collections are developed in seven halls, the central corridor and three terraces, a total area of 1,200 sq.m. The exhibits cover a long period, from the first appearance of man in Epirus, during the Lower Palaeolithic age 250,000 years ago, until the twilight of late antiquity in the late Roman period (3rd century AD.). Particular emphasis is given to the findings from the sanctuary of Dodona which are displayed in a room dedicated exclusively to one of the major oracles of the Greek world. The multifaceted exhibition presentation aims to illuminate various aspects of private and public life of Epirus in antiquity. More specifically, the modules are distributed in showrooms as follows: As the starting point museological flow on the main runway, operates one graphic apodosmeni walkthrough in historical time, a timeline (timeline): this presents the major historical events that took place in Epirus (and most important archaeological sites), which are collated procedures and in the history of the rest of Greece. Room 1: Prehistoric Epirus Room 2: Political and administrative organization of Epirus Hall 3: Aiakides, kings of Molossos Room 4: The daily life of Epirus Room 5: The Archaeology of Death Room 6: Epirus in Roman times Room 7: The shrine of Dodona
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- Open: Daily except Tuesday (also open on holidays): 10.00-16.00 Tickets: Full: 3 €, Reduced: 2 € The Averoff Museum of Neohellenic Art has operated in Metsovo, district of Ioannina, since August 1988. Its permanent exhibition comprises representative works by the major Greek painters, printmakers and sculptors of the 19th and 20th century, such as Gyzis, Lytras, Volanakis, Iakovides, Parthenis, Maleas, Galanis, Hadjikyriakos-Ghikas, Moralis, Tetsis, and many others. The museum’s Collection is regarded as one of the most complete and important of this period.
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- Open: Winter: From the 1st of November until the 31 of March: 08:00-15:00 Summer: From the 1st of April until the 31 of October: 08:00-15:00 Monday closed Tickets: Full: €3, Reduced: €2 Special ticket package: Full: €4, Reduced: €2 Valid for: Archaeological Museum of Ioannina, Byzantine Museum of Ioannina The Byzantine Museum is located in the area of SE Acropolis (Its Kale) of the castle of Ioannina. This two-storey building, on the ground floor of which the central collection of the Museum, which houses finds housed (sculptures, coins, pottery, pictures, sanctuary doors, gospels) from the 4th to the 19th century. This permanent exhibition unfolds in seven rooms that correspond to three exhibition sections (Early Christian, Byzantine, Post-Byzantine) with findings coming from across the continent and is limited to the history and art of the Epirus region during those periods. Branch of the museum is the exhibition of silversmiths, traditional art with distinct boom in Epirus, which hosted the so-called '' treasure ''. Exposed ecclesiastical and secular works from the private collections of Archbishop Spyridon and Giannioti silversmith Constantine Ioannides, has recently been enriched by a series of jewelery and objects donated by Mrs. T. Vella-Dogoriti.
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- Open: Winter: From the 1st of November until the 31 of March: 08:30-15:00 In 1976, the state sold it to the Society for Epirotic Studies (SES) that remodeled its interior to house the "Kostas Frontzos" Museum of Epirus' Folk Art. The quality and the quantity of the collection of the museum's exhibits is unique for the region of Epirus and is considered as one of the most significant and equal in value to other relevant collections.
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- Open & Tickets: The ticket office is open daily: between 10:00 and 16:00 After the recent VAT increases and taxes, the prices of tickets from July 20, 2015, are as follows: 6 €: General Admission 4 €: Organized groups (through tourist agencies, etc.), students (upon presentation of their identity) 3 €: People 8-17 years, people over 65, many children (including their triteknous), unemployed (on presentation of the card by OAED) Members Clubs and Associations (parents and children - please bring with you the necessary documents, such as statutes, stamp, etc.) Free: Children under 8 years, conscripts, the disabled (people with severe disabilities enter only with the help of their companions, because of the uniqueness of the area), members of EETE (upon presentation of their membership card) The Museum of Greek History is Paul's work Vrellis. For 13 years he worked tirelessly only for this task. He formed the exterior and interior. He designed and worked the museum building, which gave form Urban Castle Architecture inland Epirus 18th century. He worked as a sculptor, architect, painter, costume ... everything himself. At the same time, he completed a work that took at least three decades of study. The Folklore and Historical material concentration on the issues alive. The aim of the artist was to depict historical events from different regions of Greece, in natural size in the Museum. This could present the heroes and the role played, in their respective areas. With his ideas, studies and of course a lot of personal work, created spaces and people, to help the viewer to experience events that have passed. All subjects drawn from the Greek History. The exhibits include forms and reports from the period of ancient times up to the Lady of Ro (1982).
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