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Fyli (Greek: Φυλή), Latin and ancient form: Phyle, is a suburb in the northwestern part of Athens, Greece.


Fyli is accessed with the Attiki Odos to the south near Aspropyrgos to the southwest. The mountains of Parnitha lies to the north and northeast while the plain where Eleusis is founded lies to the south. The railroad line also runs to the north. It is located S of Thebes and Chalkida, W of GR-1 and east Attica, about 20 km NE of Eleusis and E of the Peloponnese.

The area around Fyli are made up of farmlands that were mainly pastures or groves. Suburban housing arrived in the 1980s.

Fyli has schools, a few lyceums, a gymnasium, banks, a post office and a few squares (plateies).

Historical population

Year Town population Change Municipal population
1981 2,135 - -
1991 2,917 782/36.63% 2,925


In 404 BC Thrasybulus and the exiles from Phyle seized Munychia.

External links

Northwest: Dervenochori North: Avlona
West: Aspropyrgos
Fyli East: Acharnes and Ano Liosia
South: Aspropyrgos and Ano Liosia Southeast: Ano Liosia

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