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Malantreni

  Malantreni is a natural northern boundary at Nemea's side, a village the links Argolida and Corinthia Counties. It is semi-mountainous, 16km from the city of Argos. It is as lively as Schinochori but with a more lyrical character.
  The locals are also hard-working and they mostly deal with olive and citrus trees, apricot trees and produce. Malantreni is well known for its vineyards and it produces fine quality wines.
(text: Alexis Totsikas)
This text (extract) is cited March 2004 from the Prefecture of Argolis tourist pamphlet.


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  Three kilometres after Koutsopodi is Schinochori, a lively village situated at the foot of Arkoudovrisi. The locals are hard-working producers and traders in open markets. They also deal with cattle-raising, tobacco crops, aviculture and olive trees.
  The village’s churches are Zoodochos Pigi and St. Demetrios and they were rebuilt by the locals in 1925.
  At the built-up area of Chelmi near Schinochori they have discovered two ancient wells and other ancient relics.
(text: Alexis Totsikas)
This text (extract) is cited March 2004 from the Prefecture of Argolis tourist pamphlet.


Vrousti

  Vrousti is a mountainous village situated on the southern mountainsides of mountain range Mpachriami. It is only 16km from Argos and it is a ‘balcony’ that looks out on the peaks of Artemisio, Karia, Agrilitsa and Fregaina. The chapel of Prophet Helias has a view of Neochori, Sterna, Malantreni, Koutsopodi and many other villages.
  The two main characteristics of the village are stone and silence. It is a combination that creates feelings of peacefulness, tranquility and intangible fear due to the view of the abandoned houses and the ruins. It used to be a crowded village once, but all its large families sought for a better future in Australia, America, Athens and Argos in 1960’s.
  However, some believe that the village has to ‘revive’ again. Thus, they rebuild of renovate their traditional houses and they are ready to discover the beauty of the village.
(text: Alexis Totsikas)
This text (extract) is cited March 2004 from the Prefecture of Argolis tourist pamphlet.


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