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Well worth a visit

The kastro in Didymoteicho is what remains of a significant regional fortification. If you're... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2018
Telkontar
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United States
A most enjoyable walk

The castle of Didymoteicho is situated on the top of the hill, on which the town is built... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2014
PetrosKP
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Godalming, United Kingdom
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6 Jan 2018
“Well worth a visit”
25 Sep 2016
“day walking ”
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

The kastro in Didymoteicho is what remains of a significant regional fortification. If you're following Byzantine or Ottoman history it is definitely somewhere you should visit. Although much of the site has been ruined and robbed-out for other buildings over the years it is well...More

1  Thank Telkontar
Reviewed 25 September 2016 via mobile

wader full place for walk with friends or girlfriend/boyfriend...if you like and alone. you can see the view of all didimotixo town or the river. take some beautiful pictures for your albums...

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Reviewed 4 September 2014

The castle of Didymoteicho is situated on the top of the hill, on which the town is built, therefore it is visible from far away. The walk up to and inside the castle is tiring yet really rewarding. Through the narrow roads, between houses with...More

1  Thank PetrosKP
Reviewed 6 June 2014

If you are travelling in Northern Greece and in Thrace then this village (Didymoteicho) is a must seen. Although it is a bit far away from Alexandroupolis or Istanbul (Constantinopoles) but if you are driving through then stop by to see one of the most...More

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