Pythagoreio district contains all villages and settlements of South-east part of Samos island. Incorporated 12 villages, it is 164,6 sq.km in extent with population 8.000 inhabitants.

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The Exhibits of the Folklore museum are placed in two large halls, the first hall displays all corners of a traditional house, and the second hall includes all the tools and items of the katoi as the loom

The Folklore Museum of the Nikolaos Dimitriou Cultural Foundation, representing the everyday life of the inhabitants of Samos before the 2nd World War.

The Fortification wall of Samos ancient city had a total length of 6.430 m and enclosed an area of 1,2 km2 in which the city was organized.

The wide view, from east to the south and the picturesque houses, put their own touch at the beuty of the village.

At the village was developed pottery craft bacause of the large amounts of raw material (clay) that is close to the village at the area “kokkinopouria” (=red scale).

Mesogios village It is the highest altitude village on the island, with beautiful view over the southwest foothills of Ambelos or Karvounis mountain

It’s located on the west end of “Choras village plain” (the largest plain in the island), close to the east bank of Imbrasus river and within a verdurous environment full of citrus orchards.

It is the fourth most populous village of the island, after Samos, Karlovassi and Vathi and having very small population changes from its creation, because of the economic prosperity that always had.

Has picturesque houses with remarkable architecture and a large square with plane and mulberry trees for shade and relaxation in the summer. Walking up to the west of the village, you will meet the public washhouse and you get a nice picture of the…

Located at the center of the island, and at the south-west foothills of “Ambelos” (or Karvounis) mountain. It is the highest village on the island, with beautiful view over the southwest foothills of the mountain “Ambelos” …