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Itea ( Greek: Ιτέα meaning willow), is a town and a former municipality in the southeastern part of Phocis, Greece. Since 2011 local government reforms made the city a part of the municipality Delphi, of which it is a municipal unit. 
Administrative division [ edit ]
The municipal unit Itea consists of the communities Itea,
Kirra and Tritaia.
Geography [ edit ]
Itea is situated on the north coast of the
Gulf of Corinth, 2 km (1 mi) west of Kirra, 8 km (5 mi) southwest of Delphi, 11 km (7 mi) south of Amfissa and 52 km (32 mi) east of Naupactus. The Greek National Road 48 connects Itea with Naupactus, Delphi and Livadeia, the Greek National Road 27 with Amfissa and Lamia. The community of Itea covers an area of 6.305 km 2 (2.434 sq mi) while the minicipal unit covers an area of 26.351 km 2 (10.174 sq mi). 
Historical population [ edit ]
The city of Itea in March 2006 from the view of one of its docks.
Sunset from a dock in Itea, Greece.
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