Tsamantas

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Tsamantas is a village located in Epirus. Tsamantas lies near to the border with Albania in northern Greece, in the regional unit of Thesprotia. Indeed, the Albanian border is very clearly visible from the high lofts that are Tsamantas, the highest mountain in the region.

You can also see Kerkyra/ Corfu on a clear day in the distance to your left, as you stand facing the Albanian border.

An incredibly beautiful and scenic location, with some of the purest mountain water found anywhere in the Hellenic Republic, all of the inhabitants now live in Worcester Massachusetts, or in Melbourne Australia, with a few others in Athens, Thessaloniki and other locales.

However, whilst expatriates do visit throughout the year, every August 15, being the Saint or Feast Day of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, the place comes alive. People from around the globe with a personal link to Tsamantas return to celebrate, to mingle and to reclaim their roots.

Names associated with this village include Kenos, Sdrinis, Lagos and Malamis amongst many many others.

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Coordinates: 39°47′N 20°21′E / 39.783°N 20.350°E / 39.783; 20.350