Synonyms for amfilochia or Related words with amfilochia

kyparissia              andritsaina              agrinio              gastouni              kalampaka              konitsa              polygyros              krestena              levidi              aigio              vonitsa              akrata              kalyvia              vasilika              karpenisi              evrytania              gytheio              lechaina              siatista              makrakomi              megalopoli              vartholomio              xylokastro              kyllini              didymoteicho              kryoneri              theodoroi              neapoli              neochori              oinoi              rafina              leianokladi              orestiada              nafpaktos              pyli              ormenio              thermi              sofades              zacharo              vytina              aktio              alexandroupoli              palaiochori              kavasila              markopoulo              kissamos              oichalia              oropou              livadeia              argyroupoli             

Examples of "amfilochia"
Amfilochia is linked with the GR-5 (E55 and E951, Antirrio - Messolonghi - Ioannina) and is also linked with the GR-42 serving the extreme northwestern parts including Vonitsa, Preveza and the entire island of Lefkada. Amfilochia will be linked with the Ionia Odos. Amfilochia is not linked with a railway.
Amfilochia is situated by the Ambracian Gulf and features an amphitheatre. Amfilochia dates back to the ancient times and also features the ancient cities of Amphilochian Argos and Limnaia (or Limnea).
Amfilochia () is a town and a municipality in the northwestern part of Aetolia-Acarnania in Greece, on the site of ancient Amfilochia. Under the Ottoman Empire, it was known as Karvasaras (Καρβασαράς; from "caravanserai").
3. Telonas Nikolaos - Oi promachoi tis patridos Valtinoi Agonistes tou '21 - Amfilochia 2004
The municipal unit of Amfilochia is divided into the following communities:
3. Telonas N. - Oi promachoi tis patridos Valtinoi agonistes tou 21 - P. 145 @ 149 - Amfilochia 2004
Thanasis Kavallaris (Greek: Θανάσης Καβαλλάρης) (born 23 January 1988 in Amfilochia) is a Greek footballer. He is a Striker.
He returned to Valtos and little is known for him thereafter. He was allegedly killed in Amfilochia in 1812.
Varetada () is a small village in the municipality of Amfilochia, Aetolia-Acarnania, western Greece. Its population is 342 (2011 census). Situated in the southern part of the Makrynoros mountains, its altitude is 480 meters above the sea level. Varetada is 10 km east of Amfilochia. In the village there is the church of Saint Demetrius and an old monastery.
The municipality Amfilochia was formed at the 2011 local government reform by the merger of the following 3 former municipalities, that became municipal units:
The Greek National Road 42 is a highway in northwestern Aetolia-Acarnania and in Lefkada, Greece. It links the town of Lefkada with the Greek National Road 5 (Antirrio - Arta - Ioannina) in Amfilochia, passing through the town of Vonitsa.
Loutro (Greek: Λουτρό) is a village in northern Aetolia-Acarnania, West Greece. It belongs to the municipality of Amfilochia. Loutro is the birthplace of the fighter of the Greek War of Independence, Ioannis Stratos.
Sparto () is a village and a community in Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece. It is situated at the southeastern shore of the Ambracian Gulf, 7 km northwest of the town Amfilochia. The community consists of the villages Sparto, Pigadaki and Tria Alonia.
Drymos, Aetolia-Acarnania is a settlement located roughly between the cities of Amfilochia and Vonitsa. Recent archaeological excavations have uncovered an early Christian basilica on the outer perimeter of the settlement.
Greek National Road 5 (, abbreviated as EO5) is a single carriageway road in western Greece. It connects Antirrio, at the north end of the Rio-Antirrio bridge, with Ioannina in northwestern Greece, passing through Agrinio and Arta. The southern part, between Amfilochia and Antirrio, is part of the European route E55. The northern part, between Ioannina and Amfilochia, forms the European route E951. It passes on the east side of the Ambracian Gulf. In the future much of the traffic that used this road will be diverted to the new A5 (Ionia Odos) motorway, which has already taken over parts of the road.
Valtos Province () is one of the five former provinces of Aetolia-Acarnania in Greece. It lies in the northern part of Aetolia-Acarnania. Its capital was Amfilochia. The Acheloos River was the border of the province to Evrytania. Its territory corresponded with that of the current municipality Amfilochia and the municipal unit Stratos. It was abolished in 2006. During Ottoman rule, the region of Valtos (which means "swamp" in Greek) was a haven for bandits and brigands. During the struggle for the liberation of Greece Valtos contributed many fighters and leaders to the Greek Revolution.
With the bypasses of Patras, Arta, Agrinio and Amfilochia and the Rio–Antirrio bridge being completed by 2002, 2003, 2009 and 2016 respectively, the main section between Ioannina and Rio is expected to be put into operation by mid 2017. However, several sections might be put into operation earlier, along with the toll stations of the road, as well.
The line shut down except for freight services in 1943 by the Italian occupying forces who scraped it away, using the material to extend the Kryoneri–Agrinio line to Amfilochia. This construction began but was never completed due to the Italian surrender in early September. Very few traces remain today of the Aitoliko–Katochi line.
The eastern part of the GR-42, between Amfilochia and Vonitsa, runs along the southern shore of the Ambracian Gulf. The highway contains a bridge over the Vonitsa Lagoon. A drawbridge form the connection of the island of Lefkada to the mainland. The road ends in the town of Lefkada.
Konstantinos (Kostas) Mentis (Greek: Κώστας Μεντής; 1913 – November 27, 1983) was a Greek actor. He was born in Amfilochia in the Aetolia-Acarnania prefecture. He was the uncle of the actor Nena Menti (Νένα Μεντή) and played in comedies, second roles and an employee and a soldier.