Modern monument of the famous battle of the 300 Spartans and 700 Thespians. "Go tell the Spartans, passerby, that here by Spartan law, we lie."
During WWII, rival resistance groups cooperated to take this bridge down and delay Nazi reinforcements to Africa. It's a monument of national unity.
Area close to Lamia center in the woods. It was named after a 1910 chapel located here. Ideal place for chilling, jogging, and walking.
The acropolis fortification has been used throughout centuries - from the ancient times until the Second World War. It has nice vistas and walks.
A battle memorial dedicated to the great hero of the Greek War of Independence who battled here against an Egyptian regiment serving the Ottoman Sultan.
Even if today there are only a few remains of the castle, the reason why they built it there is clear. The view from up there is breathtaking.
The largest among the four central squares of Lamia is an ideal place for a coffee or refreshment break for locals and visitors.
Eleftherias Square can actually be described as the large yard of the city cathedral that is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.