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The town of Zagora lies in the very heart of Pelion forest. From the Middle Ages onwards there are plenty of records documenting the rise and prosperity of Zagora.


Due to the certain administrative and economical privileges given by the Ottoman Empire to the Pelion area, Zagora steadily grew into a very important commercial and manufacturing centre. During the 17th and 18th century, the famous Zagorian silk and woolen clothes were sent to Constantinople, smirna and other important trading centres throughout Europe by the Zagorian sailing ships.


At the same time a serious movement for the promotion and protection of the Greek cultural heritage started with the establishment of the School of Zagora (1712), and its Library a few decades later (1762),



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