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Delphi (Greece)

Located on the southwestern slope of Mount Parnassus in Phocis, central Greece, Delphi is an ancient settlement of historical and religious significance. It falls under the administrative jurisdiction of the municipality of Delphi, which is part of the regional unit of Phocis. While historically significant as the site of the Oracle of Delphi, the city's contemporary economy primarily relies on tourism, fueled by its archaeological treasures such as the Temple of Apollo and the Delphi Archaeological Museum.

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Population (municipality)

1,121 km2

Area (municipality)

November 2018

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