Agia Triada (Greek, Modern: Αγία Τριάδα, meaning the Holy Trinity) is a village in the northern part of the municipal unit of Lasiona and the northern part of the Elis prefecture. It is accessed by a road connecting Patras and Tripoli, the GR-33 and the Amaliada to Simpoulo Road 4 km N. It is located about 35 km S of Patras, about 55 km from the Rio-Antirio bridge, about 95 km SW of Kalavryta, about 105 km W of Tripoli, about 50 km N of Olympia and about 40 to 45 km NE of Pyrgos. The Pineios River flows north of the community and also the Achaea prefecture is to the north of the river.
Postal code: 270 69
Elevation: 460 m
Dialing code: 026220
Agia Triada has a school, a church, and a square (plateia).
Much of the area are forested or have no farmlands, half of the area are covered with pine forests in the south and west and a few hills and along to the east with a few bushes and grasslands. The village is located on a valley with the Peneus River and curvy roads up to the bridge of GR-33. The northern part is the Peneus River. The mountains of Skollis in the northwest and Erymanthus to the east can be seen.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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