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Phthiotis is a region in Central Greece.



  • 1 Agios Konstantinos, Phthiotis — A harbor with a regular ferry-boat connection to the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos and Alonnisos.
  • 2 Atalanti
  • 3 Kamena Vourla — A holiday resort and a spa town.
  • 4 Lamia — The regional capital
  • 5 Ypati — An old town still dominated by a medieval castle. It was the capitale of a Crusader State in the 14th century.

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  • 1 Lichadonisia (Lichades) — A complex of seven inhabited islets opposite the town of Kammena Vourla and visited by many tourists in the summer.
  • 2 Loutra Ypatis — The village is famous for its hot springs and boasts several hotels.
  • 3 Mount Oeta National Park — Access through dirt-roads by a 4X4 vehicle from Ypati, Neochori and other nearby villages.
  • 4 Theologos — A fishing village


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  • 1 Gorgopotamos Bridge — The railway bridge over the river Gorgopotamos is famous for one of the biggest sabotage acts of World War II, known as "Operation Harling". A British mission and 150 Greek partisans blew it up on 25 November 1942, cutting off German supplies being transported between Athens and Thessaloniki.
  • 2 Thermopylae — A narrow coastal passage, famous for the battle that took place there in 480 BC




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