Pamisos (river)

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Pamisos
Country Greece
Basin features
Main source Taygetus mountains
River mouth Messenian Gulf
37°1′13″N 22°1′12″E / 37.02028°N 22.02000°E / 37.02028; 22.02000Coordinates: 37°1′13″N 22°1′12″E / 37.02028°N 22.02000°E / 37.02028; 22.02000
Pamisos river in 1912

The Pamisos (Greek: Πάμισος) is the largest river of the Messenia regional unit of the southern Peloponnese in Greece. Its source is on the western slopes of the Taygetus mountains,[1] near the village Agios Floros. It runs through the municipal units of Arfara, Ithomi, Androusa, Aris, Messini, Thouria and Kalamata. It flows into the Messenian Gulf east of Messini and west of Kalamata.

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