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Visit the region: Kozani
Kozani
The Prefecture of Kozani is located in the western part of Macedonia and has been inhabited since the Palaeolithic era. During the Archaic period, the area was inhabited by Greek tribes. During the Roman era, it was conquered by the Romans, followed by the Byzantium and finally became part of the Ottoman Empire until 1912. During its history, the area witnessed great commercial, industrial and home-crafts activity and showed great prosperity in the field of literature, music and architecture. It has lush forests of fir and beech trees, numerous springs and rivers, torrential streams, fierce-looking gorges, rocky slopes, plateaus, acres of grazing land, and valleys. There is also an abundance of rare wildflowers in Kozani, which combine with its wild natural beauty, most harmoniously giving it a serene and almost mystifying beauty.
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Compulsory Kozani Saffron Cooperative

The Compulsory Kozani Saffron Producers Cooperative was founded in 1971 with a view to harvesting, processing, packing and distributing the saffron at its sole responsibility, so as to ensure its quality and authenticity. Nowadays, the Cooperative has 1,000 members, who are in fact saffron growers. It is of course based in Kozani - in the village called Krokos. All producers are obliged to deliver their product to the Cooperative which will in turn be responsible for the management of this wonderful product but will also have the exclusive right to harvesting, packing and distributing the products. 
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