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ⓘ Aitoliko




Aitoliko
                                     

ⓘ Aitoliko

Aitoliko is a town and a former municipality in Aetolia-Acarnania, West Greece, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Messolonghi, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 129.305 km 2. It is located north of the Acheloos delta. The Greek National Road 5/E55 passes through the municipal unit. It is located SW of Agrinion, about 20 km NW of Messolonghi, W of Nafpaktos and the Rio-Antirrio bridge and SE of Astakos. Until it became a part of Greece, it was known as Anatoliko, meaning eastern.

                                     
  • giving it a strong defensive position. Three islands, Marmaris, Klisova and Aitoliko controlled the entrance to the lagoon. Much of the ground on the eastern
  • volunteers, mostly from Cephalonia, the Venetians then captured the towns of Aitoliko and Missolonghi. Greek leaders from across Epirus, from Himarra and Souli
  • the Network. These include Alonnisos Marine Park, while the Missolonghi Aitoliko Lagoons and the island of Zakynthosare not on the Aegean. The current coastline
  • small port of Kryoneri with Missolonghi and Agrinio. A short branch from Aitoliko to Katochi was in operation from 1912 to 1940. From Kryoneri to Patras
  • Her father, Georgios Sokos, was a journalist, editor and playwright from Aitoliko who died at the age of 44, just before the war. Her mother Titika Michailidou
  • Agrinio, Neapoli, Panaitoliko 302: Missolonghi, Antirrio 303: Nafpaktos 304: Aitoliko Angelokastro 305: Amfilochia 306 - 309 - omitted 310: Lefkada 80: Karya
  • Κωνσταντίνου Agios Konstantinos Phthiotis Central Greece Aris Aitoliko Άρης Αιτωλικού Aitoliko Aetolia - Acarnania West Greece Aris Akropotamos Άρης Ακροποτάμου

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