Pialeia (Greek: Πιαλεία) is a village and a former municipality in the Trikala peripheral unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Pyli, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 3,813 (2001). The seat of the municipality was in Fiki.
It used to be a place where only farmers used to live. However, nowadays it is considered to be as a place where people who live in Trikala build their houses in order to stay away from the city.
Division of the municipality og Pialeia
- Fiki / Δ.δ. Φήκης [ 1351 ]
- Eleftherochorion / Δ.δ. Ελευθεροχωρίου -- το Ελευθεροχώριον [ 591 ]
- Parapotamos / Δ.δ. Παραποτάμου [ 516 ]
- Pialeia / Δ.δ. Πιαλείας -- η Πιάλεια [ 874 ]
- Filyra / Δ.δ. Φιλύρας -- η Φιλύρα [ 481 ]
^ Kallikratis law Greece Ministry of Interior (Greek)
Municipalities and communities of the Trikala Prefecture
Aithikes | Chasia | Estiaiotida | Faloreia | Farkadona | Gomfoi | Kalampaka | Kallidendro | Kastania | Kleinos/Kleinovo | Koziakas | Malakasi | Megala Kalyvia | Oichalia | Paliokastro | Paralithaioi | Pelinnaioi | Pialeia | Pyli | Pynda | Trikala | Tymfaia | Vasiliki
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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