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Administrative Region : West Greece
Regional unit : Achaia

Ziria (Greek: Ζήρια) is a village and a community in Achaea, Greece. It is situated in the hills near the Gulf of Corinth coast, 11 km northwest of Aigio. The community consists of the villages Ziria, Ano Ziria, Kyani Akti, Lampiri, Rodini and Sarkounas. Ziria is part of the municipal unit of Erineos. It had a population of 531 in 2001, and the population of the community was 996. Until 1998, Ziria was an independent commune. It became part of Erineos under the 1998 Capodistrian Plan, and Erineos became part of Aigialeia at the 2011 Kallikratis reform.

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The area around Ziria in the ancient times was part of the Achaean League. Today's Lampiri was the port of the ancient town Erineus, which was destroyed in 412 BC by Athenian and Corinthian generals. The name Lampiri comes from the Frankish nobleman Gerardin de Lambrie who ruled the area in the 14th century.

Stadium in the village Ziria

Stadium in the village Ziria

External links

Lampiri GTP Travel Pages

See also

List of settlements in Achaea


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