Kymi is located in central Evia, the second largest island in Greece.
With significant power in ancient times, Evia created colonies in the West, with most known the one located in Campania, Italy. There, the people from Evia reached in 750 BC, bringing with them the written characters of the Euboic alphabet which the locals kept without changes, to create later the Latin alphabet.
In a landscape of rich and rare biodiversity, where the alternation between the Aegean landscape and the mountain Kotylaia provides special features, Kymi and its traditional villages spread out.
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