Monument of Battle of Pavliani
On June 3, 1943, just before noon a team of two hundred (200) EAM-ELAS fighters faced an Italian convoy that was taking military clearance actions in the mountains. Until night fell the Greeks with high conviction confounded the Italians. Despite the fact the consequences of the fight were severe for civilians, the Italian forces were repelled and permanently left the area after another battle that took place in the area of Kaloskopi later. Their effort to annihilate the rebellious forces spectacularly failed costing them severe losses.
We take the Oiti-Pavliani provincial Road and before we reach Pavliani on the right hand side you can see the monument.