Photographer's Note

Mountain Geraneia or Gerania (Greek: Γεράνεια), rarely Yerania is a mountain range that spans about 5 km from north to south (about 5 km N of Agioi Theodoroi to the Gulf of Corinth) and from east to west from 15 to 20 km. (from NE of Loutraki to SW of Aigosthena). The road runs to the west and the north. The mountains include some mountains in the northwestern part and the central part. The panorama of the eastern half of the Gulf of Corinth and parts of southern Viotia is to the north, Megara and the plain along with the western half of Attica can be seen along with the Salamis Island The Saronic Gulf along with much of the islands can be seen during clearer days and the northern and the eastern part of Corinth can also be seen. There is a communications tower which is located somewhere. It is located about 20 km SW of Aigosthenes, about 30 km NW of Megara, 10 km E of Loutraki, about 20 km NE of Corinth and about 15 km NE of GR-8A/E94/E65 northbound or southbound. The name of the mountain dates back to ancient times. There are some roads in the mountain area and which are not paved and accessible. The name of the mountaintop is Makryplagi elevating at 1,351 m in the elevating at 1,860 m is in the east-central part in Attica NW of Megara. The mountain also has birds.

This picture is taken climbing up the mountain towards Loutraki, a couple of kilometres before a village called Pissia.

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Additional Photos by Stella Leivadi (stelli) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 618 W: 92 N: 420] (3009)
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