In a small deposit in the lowlands near Kitros (Makedonia), fluvial formations are covered by collovial sediments and several meters of loess with fossil soils. In spite of the macro- and micro-morphologically weathered soils, the surface layers conform to the general terrain, as the details of the Würm Iceage show. The four fossil soils are largely lime deficient, they are very rich in clays and show a markedly condensed texture. The typological classification of „red Mediteranean soil" can, nevertheless, only be an initial specification. The deepest of these soil layers is placed in the period between the Amersfoort and Broerup-Interstadial Ice-ages, the upper most in the Stillfried B. Similar occurrences were discovered at Xanthi and in the north of Turkey, thereby defining a localized loess and paleo-soil region. More moist, respectively alternatingly more moist phases are indicated by the soils. These date from times falling within a generally drier era which, in particular, as is usual, was distinguished as being nye to high glacial by more arid conditions at low temperatures.