Movri (Greek: Μόβρη) is a mountain range in western Achaea, Greece. It covers part of the municipal units Movri, Dymi and Olenia. It is located about 30 km SW of Patras, W of Chalandritsa, NE of Amaliada and Pyrgos, SE of the Ionian Sea and S of the Gulf of Patras. The mountain range has several mountaintops. The tallest is about 660 m. The second is to the west and another summit with an elevation of around 500 m is to the southwest.
lowest: about 5 m
highest: around 650 m
Area: about 100 km²
The mountain has lots of creeks and streams but the Larissos river flows to the west and begins in the southern part. A communications tower for that area are situated in the midnorthwest in a western slope. There are some farms in the northeastern part. Another small valley is to the south. The geography is mainly covered with grass with a few forests and mostly bushes but much of the forests lie less than 30 to 40 m below sea level. There are some forests in the northwestern part and has a grove lying in the mid-western part of the mountain. The neighboring mountain ranges are Scollis to the south which block the panorama in the south and southeast. The northern and the western half are plains, the northeast and the east are hills. A small mountain with bushes lies to the northeast.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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