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Verligka or Vrigga lake, which in Vlach language means "circle". It is located at 2,050m on Lakmos mount occupying an area of about 2-2,5 acres. The alpine lake is the springs of the river Achelous, the second largest river in Greece.
The myth says that a giant beast or dragon or even possibly a black ram jumped once out of the rock, twirled around forming the Verligka lake and then lost forever inside the guts of Lakmos mount, where the water is lost underneath the rock to fill in his travel the riverbed of Achelous.
Across this capture, looking to the horizon is the tallest peak of mount Lakmos. It is called Tsoukarela at 2,295m.
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September 5th, 2019
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