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Λάρισα αρχές του 19ου αιώνα, μέρος 2ο

Τίτλος Έκδοσης: A classical and topographical tour through Greece, τόμος 2.
Έτος Συγγραφής: 1819
Σελίδες: 101-102
Περίοδος αναφοράς:1801-1806

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Larissa has 100 villages under its command, the greatest part of which are situated in the surrounding plain. The town is well supplied with provisions, and the bazars and bezestins are richly stocked with merchandize. Its numerous gardens give it the appearance of a large straggling village. The houses are constructed with that pictures irregularity so peculiar to Turkey, while the gardens are adorned with fountains, and many different sort of trecs, amongst which the cypress is particularly conspicuous. The Peneos, which flows through the town, has a nuddy hue, with a surlace as smooth as oil. Near the archiepiscopal palace it is traversed by a well built bridge of stone, composed of 8 pointed arcles and the southern part of the river is decorated with the large and elegant mosque of Hassan Bay...
Larissa was the first place where we saw camels. They are not used in Greece, and our “apogiates” who had accompanied us with he᾽s house from Athens, was so surprised on seeing them for the first time in his life that he ran to us in great haste degging us to come to the riverside, where there were some horses of amost extraordinary size and shape, and such as he was certain we had never seen in any of our travels. There were camels.


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