Kastoria is a city in northern Greece in the region of Western Macedonia, built on the peninsula of Lake Orestiada, from which it is surrounded.
The filmmaker starts with a panoramic view of Kastoria with the mountain range of Grammos as a background.
We see a boat with its boatman on the lake, elements of urban construction and the high bell tower of the Holy Metropolis of Kastoria. The filmmaker's company have boarded on a car, while he gives us some more shots of the lake with the boats and the beautiful swans.
The next shots are from the statue of Konstantinos Davakis, a colonel during the Greco-Italian war, which is located in the city’s homonymous square. We see views from the shops of the city, mainly shops of fur, as in Kastoria the first industrialization in the processing of fur started and the city was established as one of the most important centers of production, processing and distribution of fur in the world.
The group of three women goes up in a city’s street, Greek flags everywhere. We see a shot of the marble statue of Metropolitan Germanos Karavangelis, involved in the Macedonian Struggle and the Mount Vitsi or Verno, in the background. Road signs with different directions.
Lastly, we see panoramic shots of the city with the lake and the mountains that surround it.