Beechwood is a genus of ten species of deciduous trees found in Europe, Asia and North America. In Greece it forms dense forests in the mountains of main land Greece, Thessaly and Northern Greece.
It is a tree large, up to 35 meters high, straight, smooth, smooth, with a fine crust, grayish, and pierced. The beech tree is conical at an early age and when the tree grows old it turns into a large vault. It grows at an altitude of 500 m to 1800 m.
Beech wood has many uses: as a fuel, it produces excellent charcoal, while high-beech wood, once dried to reduce the drawback of elasticity, is suitable for furnishing, tornadoing, etc.