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What is the topography of Greece?

The Greek Mainland (Thrace, Epirus, Boeotia, Attica, and the Peloponnesus) is among the most mountainous and hilly lands in all of Europe. There is also extensive coastline and several island archipelagos.

What is the Mainland part of Greece?

Mainland Greece does not have one singular name, but is denominated by regions. Moving south to north, the regions of mainland Greece include: the Peloponnesus, Attica, Boetia, Thessaly, Epirus, Macedonia, and Thrace.

When was Greece established as a country?

The modern country of Greece declared independence in 1821 and achieved that independence in the Peloponnesus and Attica 1826. It would take over 100 years for Greece to expand from that small area to its present size.

Where is Athens and Sparta located?

Athens is located on the central plain of Attica or Attica Basin. It is surrounded on three sides by mountains and the fourth side by a gulf. Sparta is located on the Peloponnesus Peninsula. Between Sparta and the sea is… Full Answer