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Watermills

Watermills and related infrastructure are located both inside as well as on the outskirts of the settlement. Public work spaces constitute  a network that reflects the long term relationships between residents thanks to a multidimensional production system developed in the past. Besides the actual building structures the architectural configuration of public work spaces includes complementary facilities. For example, beside the fields one can find spaces for hay storage. Another example is the water mills which are often built near a bridge in order to serve all the surrounding communities.

The fields, mills, grasslands and garden plots are evidence of human intervention. Beyond their primary purpose  these public work spaces enhance a sense of unity  reinforcing this way  the concept of collectivity. The settlement of Matsouki is a prime example of a community that utilizes the  surrounding space  in order to make the most of its available natural resources. Not only did the community develop its sheep farming production but  also invested in the surplus pastures by renting these to residents of neighboring communities. Having established a whole infrastructure of mills required for the processing of raw materials the community began to exploit the farmlands that exist at the settlement’s perimeter. Finally the community utilise the surplus of its agricultural production in order to retain forage for the animals during the winter months. [1]

[1]. Arapoglou Mihalis, The Residential Geography of Epirus, Technical Chamber of Greece, Prefecture of Epirus, 2005, p 56-57.