In Greece on the night of March 21, there were two powerful earthquakes of magnitude 4.3 and 5.6 on the Richter scale. This was reported by the Athens News Agency citing data from the Athens Institute of geodynamics.
The second earthquake by force 5,6 points occurred at 2:49 in the early morning of 14 kilometres North-East of Parga. Its center was located 10 km under the ground. The first tremors with a capacity of 4.3 began to be felt in 21 minutes to midnight.
The resonance from the elements was felt in the Prefecture of thesprotia, Preveza, Ioannina, Arta and Corfu.
The most affected village Kanallaki in the Prefecture of Preveza. There has been demolished several old houses, whose residents were injured. On the roads occurred landslides were rockfalls.
Material damage in Corfu is not yet registered, although on the territory of underground vibrations were also quite strong.