Kalikratis is one of a number of villages that were never settled by the Turks. During the Greek revolution in 1821 it was occupied on July the 15th for 6 days until the 21st.
During the Second World War the village was a base of operations for the Greek and British agents fighting against the Nazis. A German army of two thousand soldiers, invaded the village during the October of 1943 , burned it down and executed twenty men and nine women who did not manage to leave on time.
In and/or around Kalikratis Village & Gorge:
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