- by XpatAthens
- Wednesday, 18 February 2015
Kypseli Village is built at an altitude of 650 meters, at Tzoumerka, between the peaks "Tzouma" and "Ftelia". The village welcomes visitors to the stunning natural scenery, with architecture, traditional folklore, long-lasting elements. In the houses, churches, mills, bridges, the local black stone chipped by famous masters, exudes an air of simplicity and authenticity.
The small paved square with the parish church of St. Nicholas, the planes and the simple cafes and grills, are forming the picturesque village ambience. The Karali Folk Museum with collection, which spans the last two centuries, is one of the points of interest.
The material is more than 1800 items and includes pastoral and agricultural utensils for household use, weapons and costumes of the region, wood carvings, embroidery, coins, tools and various miscellaneous items of folk art.
The Annunciation Monastery, established in 1700 with magnificent frescoes in good condition.
The Church of St. Nicholas, built in 1904, located in the central village square.
The Church of San Marco and the Church of St. Cosmas Aitolos.
Wander to the two mills to the position Goura, which are declared as preserved monuments, as well as the church of Saint Panteleimon.