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Latitude: 38° 15' 0" N
Longitude: 21° 44' 0" E
Patras is Greece's 3rd largest city
and the regional capital of Western Greece,
in northern Peloponnese, west of Patras.
A central feature of the urban geography of Patras
is its division into upper and lower sections.
This is the result of an interplay between natural geography
and human settlement patterns;
the lower section of the city (Kato Poli),
which includes the 19th century urban core and the port,
is adjacent to the sea and stretches
between the estuaries of the rivers of Glafkos and Haradros.
The first traces of settlement in Patras
date to as early as the third millennium BC,
Patras flourished for the first time in the Post-Helladic or Mycenean period (1580-11).
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