Anthiro (Greek: Ανθηρό) is a mountain village in the western part of the Karditsa regional unit, Greece. Anthiro is the seat of the municipality of Argithea. Anthiro had a population of 349 in 2001. Anthiro is located 20 km southwest of Mouzaki, 40 km west of Karditsa, and 19 km southwest of Pyli.
Its residents are based in agriculture which includes honey production. There is a museum in the village. Near the village are the Korakos bridge, built in the 12th century, and the Kleftovrysi and Stavro bridges.
Anthiro on GTP Travel Pages
List of settlements in the Karditsa regional unit
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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