Phocis

Phocis (Greek: Φωκίδα, Ancient Greek: Φωκίς ) is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the administrative region of Central Greece. It stretches from the western mountainsides of Parnassus on the east to the mountain range of Vardousia on the west, upon the Gulf of Corinth. It is named after the ancient region of Phocis, but the modern regional unit also includes parts of ancient Locris and Doris.

Read more about Phocis:  Geography, Administration, Population, People, Notable People, Sporting Teams

Other articles related to "phocis":

Phocis - Sporting Teams
... All of the teams are under the Phocis Football Clubs Association in which it existed since 1985 after the separation and dissolution of the Phocis-Phtiotis ...
Stilia, Phocis
... Stilia (Greek Στίλια) is a village of Phocis, Greece ... The village is part of the municipal unit of Lidoriki ...
Doris (Greece)
... by Aetolia, southern Thessaly, the Ozolian Locrians, and Phocis the original homeland of the Dorian Greeks ... This valley is open towards Phocis but it lies higher than the valley of the Cephissus, rising above the towns of Drymaea, Tithronium, and Amphicaea, which are the last towns in Phocis ...
Third Sacred War - Settlement of The Sacred War - Peace Settlement
... was now at Philip's mercy, and the Athenians could not now save Phocis even if they abandoned the peace ... and Thermopylae be occupied in order to help save Phocis since, as far at the Athenian embassy knew, Philip's troops were still in Pherae, there seemed to be ample time to occupy the pass ... He began by making a truce with Phalaikos on 19 July Phalaikos surrendered Phocis to him, in return for being allowed him to leave, with his mercenaries, and go wherever he wished ...
Attica Prefecture
... Laconia Lakoniki Larissa Lasithi Lefkada Lesbos Magnesia Messenia Pella Phocis and Locris Phocis Phthiotis and Phocis Phthiotis Pieria Piraeus Preveza Rethymno Rhaedestosa Rhodoped Samos Saranta ...