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Filia (Greek: Φίλια) is a village in southern Achaea, Greece. Filia is located at the northwestern foot of the hill Mouzakeika (Μουζακεϊκα), at 850 m elevation. It is 1 km south of Lefkasi, 20 km south of Kalavryta, and 45 km northwest of Tripoli. Filia's population as of 2001 was 228 for the village, and 326 for the community, which includes the smaller villages Agioi Theodoroi, Kalyvia and Zevgolati.

Population
Year Village Community
1981 - 458
1991 169 -
2001 228 358
People

Panos Paparrigopoulos, poet

See also

List of settlements in Achaea

References
External links

Filia GTP Travel Pages

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