Plot 6.000 sq.m. for sale • 550.000 €

Mesologgi (Municipal) - Etoliko - Center (Etoliko)

Property Features

Plot for sale, Etoliko - Center (Etoliko)
550.000 € (92 €/sq.m.)
6.000 sq.m.
In City plans
70 %
Immediately available
24/11/2022 02:44
Asphalt road

Οther features

  • Buildable
  • Facade
  • Angular
  • Electrically powered
  • Irradiating
  • Seaside
  • Suitable for investment
  • Suitable for country house

Advertiser description

For Sale Plot for development, Aitoliko, 6.000 sq.m., Feautures: For development, Amphitheatrical, Flat, For tourist use, Building Factor: 1,2, Coverage Factor: 70 %, View: Good, In City plans, For Homes development, Price: 550.000€
Zirogiannis Real Estate, Τel: 2106666690,

Property price history

Date Status Change of price Property price
02/11/2011 Initial entry - € 550.000

Map and points of interest

Location / Property Neighborhood

The Mesolongi Municipality, the Holy City of Messolonghi, belongs to the Prefecture of Aitoloakarnania of the Region of Western Greece and its present form is due to the consolidation of the former municipalities of Aitolikos, Messolonghi and Oiniades, according to the Kallikratis Program.
The Municipality has an area of ​​674,13km2 and a population of 34,416 inhabitants, based on the latest census of 2011.
The seat of the Mesolongi Municipality and of the entire Prefecture is Messolonghi.
The city of Mesolongi is built on an alluvial arm, which is formed between its lagoon and the Kleisova lagoon. Messolonghi is considered a Sacred City because it is the city most identified by the Greeks against the Turkish yoke in 1821. Mesolonghi is called the Exodus gate, a hedge and heroes garden with the tomb because they have been buried there bones of Greek fighters and philhellenes, such as Markos Botsaris, Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis, N. Stournaras and others.
Historically, in the site where Messolonghi was later to be built, in the 16th century there was a fish farm. From the local fishermen a small center, which over the years evolved into a major commercial port, was created in the 17th century. In the years to come, the ships were passing through Messolonghi and transported goods, not only to the Greek seas, but also to the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. In 1726 the Venetian sub-consulate was established in the city. At that time the Messolonghi had more than seventy ships, while local naval ships were operating. Despite the bloom of Messolonghi, the residents participated in uprisings against the Turks. But in 1770 in one of the uprisings, where the inhabitants of Mesolonghi constituted a revolutionary government, the retaliation was the destruction of the fleet and the Greek city itself. The Mesolongi people were forced to leave their homes and resort to the Ionian Islands. Later they returned, rebuilt their city and reestablished their fleet, which was repressed by Ali Pasha. In the years to come, the Mesolonghi fleet once again had its own ships. On May 5, 1821, and after the chieftain Makris captured Mavromatio's staircase, he surrendered a Turkish passage that carried money and resorted to Messolonghi. There, along with the city's preachers, they declared the Revolution in western Greece. The Turks, under the leadership of Omer Vryonis and Kioutachis, blocked Missolonghi from land. The siege was narrow and from land and sea. The Messolonghi managed to ward off the attacks. The Turks tried many times and in many ways to break the defense of Messolonghi. The attacks lasted years with bloody clashes. The inhabitants of Mesologi with self-sacrifice kept their city. Until 1925, thirty thousand Turks camped in front of Messolonghi, commanding Kioutachis. Despite all the aid of the Mesolongiotes by the Souliotes, the successive successes of the besieged onshore and sea, the exclusion of food for the inhabitants of the city began to lead the leaders in other solutions. It was decided the great exit of the city's inhabitants under the leadership of Noti Botsari, Demetrios Makris and Kitsos Tzavella. Ibrahim and Kioutachis were informed of Mesolithi's plans, interrupted, battled, some managed to escape, others returned and were slaughtered. According to calculations that day, 2,000 people were fired, another 3,000 were killed and 1,000 captured.

The Mesolonghi Exodus, although leaving behind thousands of victims, has worked positively on the evolution of the liberation struggle. In many European countries a fiercely philhellene climate has been created. Many accused European leaders of abandoning the helpless rebels and demanding active engagement with the Greeks. There are also few poems, articles, theatrical works written inspired by the Exodus of Messolonghi.
Messolonghi was liberated by the Ottomans in 1829.
Five prime ministers (Spyridon Trikoupis, Zenovios ZafireiosValvis, Dimitrios Valvis, Epimenidon Deligorghis, Charilaos Trikoupis) come from Messolonghi.
The city is also home to the poet Kostis Palamas, and important literary writers, such as Georgios Drosini and Miltiadis Mallakis.
In Messolonghi, the Heroes Gardens are spread over 14 acres and the fortress fighters of the Sacred City are buried there, as well as the bones of fighter Mark Botsaris. Impressive is the Exit Gate and the part of the glorious Fortified Free Force that was rebuilt by Otto. The Museum of History and Art hosts paintings with representations of the Greek Revolution, as well as objects of the philhellene Lord Byron, who died in Messolonghi. The Palamas Museum, Triobipes House, Zenovio Valvi House are remarkable places to visit. A trademark of Mesolongi is its lagoon.

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