Livartzi (Greek: Λιβάρτζι) is a mountain village and a community in the municipal unit of Aroania, Achaea, Greece. As of 2001, it had a population of 303 for the village and 422 for the municipal district, which includes the villages Livadi and Livartzino. Livartzi is situated at 850 m above sea level, in the southeastern foothills of Mount Erymanthos. It is 4 km southwest of Lechouri, 6 km north of Psofida and 21 km southwest of Kalavryta. It is not known when Livartzi was founded, but it existed before the Ottoman rule. In the 19th century, refugees from Mystras settled the area and the population rose to around 3,000 people.
Year Population village Population community
19th century around 3,000 -
1991 289 -
2001 303 422
Andreas Papagiannakopoulos (1845–1911), politician
List of settlements in Achaea
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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