Nea Potidaia


Nea Potidaia

Nea Potidea was founded in 1922 by refugees from eastern Thrace on the site of ancient Corinthian colony of Potidaea. It is the village entering to Kassandra, Chalcidice impressing the driver while he passes the bridge over the canal where the Thermaikos and Toroneos Gulfs combine together.


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