Cosmticos Orgnicos is a town in the Peloponnesus region of Greece. It is the oldest town in this area and has a rich history as well as an interesting modern culture. It was named such because it is surrounded by pine forests. In the earliest days the town was distinguished from other towns in the region by the presence of a sacred river that flowed into the sea.
As is the case with many towns in the area, Cosmticos Orgnicos developed out of a number of locations. For instance, it is located on the branch of the river Derkele, which flowed out of the volcanic mountains. Because of the volcanic activity around this time the waters of the river were high and the landscape was marked by large stones. Later on, however, after the Black Sea port came into being and other port facilities appeared on the territory of Cosmticos, it began to lose its original character and became a commercial town.
The history of Cosmticos Orgnicos is known from the remains that have been discovered on the slopes surrounding the town. Here it can be seen that the town was involved in the transport of olive oil during the ancient period. From this it is possible to conclude that the town’s economy depended upon olive oil sales to the residents of the region. Apart from this, it is also believed that the name of the town was assigned by the soldiers who were stationed here following the sack of the city by the barbarians of the east. From the various deposits that have been found on the slopes surrounding the town, it can be estimated that the town grew in size between the sixth and thirteenth century.
The most important architectural development in the town during the ancient history of Cosmiticos Orgnicos was the basilica of St. Demetrios. This church was built in the fourth century AD on the hilltop called Santo Domingo. The walls of the church were made of brick and the roof was made of polygonal materials. In the medieval period, the town saw the expansion of St. Demetrios. Here, the modern parish church of Santo Domingo was built.
The town has seen various kinds of development during the course of the ancient history of Cosmiticos Orgnicos. During the Middle Ages, the town was an important trading center. The town was involved in shipping olive oil, fish and other goods to the island of Cyprus. After the middle ages, the town developed as a major town of the island of Simiiki and as a port city on the edge of the Mesopotamia.
In the post-Christian era, the economy of the town of Cosmiticos Orgnicos slowly recovered from the decline brought about by the collapse of the Roman rule. In the nineteenth century, the ancient historical monuments of the town were renovated and brought back to life. The medieval town’s fortress was converted into a national museum.