Evrymenes (Greek: Ευρυμενές) is a former municipality in the Larissa regional unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Agia, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 2,428 (2001). The seat of the municipality was in Stomio. It is the location of the ancient city Eurymenae.
The area of Evrymenes is mountainous and forested. The Vale of Tempe lies to the north in where the Pineios River flows. More mountains lie to the northwest and the Aegean Sea is directly to the east.
The most important ancient cities of Magnesia in the area of the municipal unit of Evrymenes were Eurymenae (near the modern town Stomio), Homolium (Homolion, near the modern village Omolio) and Rhizus (Rhizous, near the modern village Kokkino Nero).
The municipal unit Evrymenes is subdivided into the following communities (constituent villages in brackets):
Karitsa (Karitsa, Kokkino Nero, Plateia Ammos)
Palaiopyrgos (Palaiopyrgos, Alexandrini)
Stomio (Stomio, Apostolos Pavlos, Monastery of Saint Demetrius)
Dimitris P. Kraniotis (1966) poet and medical doctor
The Official Website of the Municipality of Evrymenes
Evrymenes on GTP Travel Pages
^ Kallikratis law Greece Ministry of Interior (Greek)
Municipalities and communities of the Larissa Prefecture
Agia | Ampelonas | Antichasia | Armenio | Elassona | Enippeas | Evrymenes | Farsala | Giannouli | Gonnoi | Kato Olympos | Kileler | Koilada | Krannonas | Lakereia | Larissa | Livadi | Makrychori | Melivoia | Narthaki | Nessonas | Nikaia | Olympos | Platykampos | Polydamantas | Potamia | Sarantaporo | Tyrnavos |
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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