Landmarks in Pieria and Mount Olympus


At a challenging road at a distance of 11km from the center of the Vria settlement you will find the ancient quarry, where giant carved marble slabs and columns are scattered in a beech forest.
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The Lazaion family was one of Milia’s founding families and first residents, who lived in the area for around 150 years, since the beginning of the 17th Century.
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Set up by Ioannis Stagidis, the ceramic arts center chiefly creates pottery in the Minoan style, even using a kiln whose design is based on the Minoan model.
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With over 70 members from various arts backgrounds (photography, painting, sculpture, mosaics, iconography), the Fine Arts Association of Pieria was founded in 1980 by the famous artist Haritopoulos, and organizes group and individual art exhibitions in galleries around.
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The archaic and traditional art of painting church icons is taught at this school, named after Chrisostomos Kapapiperis. Students are taught the art of making mosaics, iconography, history of church art and theology of painting.
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This is Greece’s largest plain tree, and is over 1000 years old! The tree has a diameter of 5,25m and a perimeter of 16,5m. Sadly, this awesome tree - which fits 25 adults in standing position inside it - has been forgotten and neglected.
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Since 1990 the by now well-reputed art gallery hosts solo and group exhibitions by well known and talented local artists.
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