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The Peloponnese is divided into 7 prefectures, which are Corinthia, Achaia, Argolida, Arcadia, Ilia, Messinia and Laconia. It is the southern peninsula of Greece and it is known for its fascinating scenery and great history. Packed into its northeastern c...
General Information Argolida is located on the central part of the eastern Peloponnese, bordered by Corinthia to the north, Attica, the Argolic and the Saronic Gulfs to the East, and Arcadia to the west. This is an ancient, historic land, as is easily ...
General Information This most ancient land has always been the living heart of the Peloponnese, the land of the Arcadian people, whom most describe as a population that has been living here for millennia, enduring the passage of time, suffering frequen...
General Information Though Achaia is located on the northwestern corner of the Peloponnese, many regard it as the center of its activity. This is mainly due to the city of Patra, the largest in the Peloponnese and the third in size in all of Greece, th...
General Information Ilia, the land of the Olympic Games, is surrounded by Achaia to the north, Arcadia to the east, Messinia to the south, and the Ionian Sea to the west. The mountainous landscape of Ilia gradually descends as it nears the coastline, f...
General Information Corinthia has always been the gateway of the Peloponnese to the rest of the Greek mainland. It occupies the northeastern part of the Peloponnese, including a small territory around the isthmus. Its capital city, the historical city ...
General Information The ancient homeland of the fearsome Spartan warriors and of king Menelaos, the husband of Helen, Laconia is rich in history as well as legend. Its northern border meets Arcadia, to the west lies the land of Messinia, while from eas...
General Information The ancient, fertile land of Messinia covers the southwestern part of the Peloponnese. Its northern borders are defined by Ilia, with Arcadia occupying the northeastern corner of the borderline. To the west lies the southern part of...
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