Phlegra Dorsa is a region in the Amazonis quadrangle of Mars located at 25.08 N and 170.37 E. It is 2818.61 km across and was named for classical albedo feature. The classic feature meant "burning plain; it was a place in Chalcidian Peninsula of Greece where Zeus hurled thunderbolts at Titans to support Hercules. The name Phlegra Dorsa was approved in 2003.
- "Phlegra". Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature. Retrieved 12 August 2014.
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