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by Archaeology Newsroom

The Deserted Settlement of Farsa on Cephalonia

Farsa, a settlement known as Farissa during the period of Venetian occupation (1678), lived until the earthquake of 1953, when it was deserted by its inhabitants. A few late bourgeois houses, mainly belonging to seamen, punctuate this essentially agrarian settlement, which still preserves elements of the local tradition, characterized by functionality and rationalism, elements that have lent Farsa a unique physiognomy.