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Katavothres, Argostolion
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  • Very good food . You feel a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Decoration and furniture is minimal style from expensive Italian brands . After your dinner you can move into the next room and enjoy a classy Bar ...  more »
  • Unfortunately, the building was closed, the location is however beautiful and should be visited in any case
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  • A water mill at sea and salt water covered the whole island would flow through to the other side of Kefalonia. It would be using dyes are proven, but I believe it is the same story as the fable of Aretusa, the nymph who in Chaldis in the water jump because they're not on the advances of Apollo wanted. Over time came her blood in a pond at Syracuse, all the way on the other side of the Ionian Sea. Nice story but nonsense of course. Also on Kefalonia is the chat. From the ponor (the sinkhole swallowed) would the water first under 20 m deep Bay of Argostoli by need to afterwards under a mountain ridge near by to the port town of Sami to flow and there would then in a cave on 50 m above sea level to crop out. Along the way, the water would also become sweet. No one has explain to me how the water naturally in total about 70 m up can flow. Physics cannot do this. And then I don't agree on the complex surface of Kefalonia Greece with a unprecedented number of fractures. In short: katavotres: a nonsensical concoction. It seems to me better to those two Austrian ' scientists ' recall the paces.
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