Agios Serafim

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Agios Serafim, also Agios Serafeim (Greek: Άγιος Σεραφείμ meaning Saint Seraphim), is a village near the town of Molos in the Greek prefecture of Phthiotis or Fthiotida. It is situated by the Malian Gulf. Agios Serafeim is situated on a road linking Molos and Agios Konstantinos and the GR-1/E75 (Athens - Lamia - Thessaloniki). The 2001 population was 1,039. Agios Serafim is located about 180 km from Athens, 35 km ESE of Lamia and 6 km from Kamena Vourla. The area is famous for its olive production. It is the largest area in the municipality. It is situated in a mountainous area and the beach are surrounded by one, the rest of the area are made up of farmlands.

Historical population

Year Population Change
1981 738 -
1991 957 219/29.67%
2001 1,039 82/8.57%

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Agios Serafim has a school, a church, a beach, and a squares (plateia).

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