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Inscription etched on the rock at the Vale of Tempi, first century BCE: “L. CASSIUS LONGINUS PROCONS TEMPE MUNIVIT” that is, proconsul L. Cassius Longinus built a road or fortifications at Tempi. The rock bearing the inscription was destroyed during the construction of the national highway in 1959.
Landscape near the ancient site of Gonnoi, at the western end of the Vale of Tempi. Due to its strong fortress, the location was also called Kondylos or Gonnokondylos.
Sepulchre of Hassan Baba, at the entrance of the Vale of Tempe.
View of Dodoni, Thessaloniki and Vale of Tempi (imaginary representations) framed by mythological scenes. From: Jacobus Gronovius, Thesaurus Graecarum Antiquitatum, 1699.
Vale of Tempe.
Tags: Animals, Birds, Greece, Natural environment, Storks, Thessaly, Vale of Tempi, Views
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