Ο τοπικός πολιτισμός της περιοχής των Τζουμέρκων
Υπόμνημα:

Arachthos River as a border

“And so they established the Arachthos River as a natural boundary. That’s because the river’s sources are here. Back then the settlement of Pramanta was granted independence because as you ascend the river it’s on the right side. Matsouki, Syrrako, Kallarytes and all other nearby settlements, were located on the opposite side. Back then they’d say this side is Greek and that side is Turkish. And down here, where you came from is Kipina, a settlement. There was a bridge over there with a Turkish outpost. To access Ioannina you needed a document. My family, for example my father, remembers it clearly. You had to get a document from the outpost and at the station you had to show the the document so you can access Ioannina.”

Thanassis Makris