Central Greece is a region located in the central part of the country, bordered by the regions of Thessaly to the north and Attica to the south. 

The landscape is dotted with lush valleys, rivers, and lakes, offering breathtaking views and ample opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, skiing, and rafting.

Central Greece is also home to several important archaeological sites, including Delphi, one of the most significant ancient Greek religious sanctuaries. Delphi was considered the center of the world in ancient times and is renowned for its Oracle, where people sought advice and guidance from the gods.

The history of Central Greece dates back thousands of years, with evidence of human habitation in the region since the Neolithic period. Throughout its history, Central Greece has been inhabited by various civilizations, including the Mycenaeans, Dorians, and Macedonians.

During the Byzantine era, this region an important part of the Byzantine Empire, with several monasteries and churches built in the region. The Ottoman Empire later conquered the area, and it remained under Ottoman rule until the Greek War of Independence in the early 19th century.

Kremasta Lake
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