Lamia

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Lamia is a Greek city in the center of Greece. According to the 2001 census, 50,551 people lived there. Lamia is build at the foot of the hill on the top of which there is a castle. During the Middle Ages Lamia was named Zitouni but today is named with its ancient name, Lamia. Around Lamia there is a big plain, so Lamia is an agricultural city. At the side of plain there are many tall mountains. They are named Timphristos, Oiti and Othris.