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Lamia (Greek: Λαμία, Lamía, pronounced [laˈmia]) is a city in central Greece.

Population: 52,006

Latitude: 38° 53' 60.00" N
Longitude: 22° 25' 59.99" E

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  • Thermopylae

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  • Geography of Greece

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  • Phthia

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  • Phthiotis

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  • Mount Oeta

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  • 426 BC Malian Gulf tsunami

    The 426 BC Malian Gulf tsunami was a tsunami devastating the coasts of the Malian and Euboean Gulfs, Greece, in the summer of 426 BC. Thucydides inquired into its causes, and concluded that the tsunami must have been caused by an earthquake, He was …

  • Spercheios

    The Spercheios (Greek: Σπερχειός, Latin: Spercheus) is a river in Phthiotis, central Greece. The river begins in the Tymfristos mountains on the border with Evrytania and flows to the east through the village Agios Georgios Tymfristou, entering a wi…

  • Kallidromo

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  • Pitsiota

    Pitsiota is a village in the municipal unit of Agios Georgios Tymfristou, Phthiotis, Greece, northwest of Lamia. It is in the northwestern part of Phthiotis and very close to the borders of Evrytania and Karditsa regional units. Pitsiota's altitude …