Situated on the road from Athens to Myocenese, this small canal, built with Hungarian help, is intended to make the ships reach the destination fast--more or less like Nile in Egypt. This canal is carved out of huge rock, is very deep and narrow. I wondered how a ship would pass through this until I actually saw one pass. There are lovely shops selling local artefacts and nice restaurants on both sides of the road; but one should be careful while crossing the road. It is on a highway and vehicles come zooming!
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