Trikala

Trikala is a city in northwestern Thessaly, Greece. The city straddles the Lithaios river, which is a tributary of Pineios. According to the Greek National Statistical Service, in total the Trikala regional unit is populated by 131,085 inhabitants (2011). 

The Old City of Trikala, which consists of the districts Varousi and Manavika. Varousi was the Christian district of Trikala during the Ottoman rule and is located at the foot of the fortress. Until 1930, this part of the city was considered as the noble district of Trikala and is now preserved in its entirety, with a large number of old buildings, built between 17th and 19th century, preserved until today. In this part are located the oldest churches of the city. Following the district Varousi up to the central square is the part of the city called Manavika, a neighborhood of the old city with a uniform architecture. Here are located some of the best restaurants, coffee shops, and bars in town.

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