Koropi Pelion  

 


Koropi Pelion - Magnesia (Greece)

KOROPI. The village of Koropi is located in a small fertile valley near the sea, on the peninsula of Pelion, Greece. The name comes from the oracle of Apollo (7th century BC.). Widely known are the "dakrakia," flowers of the ancient Greeks which bloom in the fields announcing the end of the winter.

Text: Jorgos and Wendy Nikolidakis - Text edited by Katrina Butzer 
 

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Average temperature Koropi Pelion
January
5.2°C
February
6.8°C
March
9.4°C
April
13.8°C
May
19.7°C
June
25.0°C
July
27.2°C
August
26.2°C
September
21.8°C
October
16.2°C
November
10.8°C
December
6.6°C

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