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The term Philippopolis (Greek: Φιλιππούπολη), which translates as "Philip's Town", may refer to the following cities:
- Plovdiv (Philippopolis in the Byzantine Empire, and as a titular archbishopric in the Roman Catholic church), Bulgaria (named after Philip II of Macedon, Alexander the Great's father)
- Shahba, Syria (named after Roman emperor Philip the Arab)
- Gomfoi, Greece (name after Philip II or V of Macedon)
- Phthiotic Thebes, Greece (name after Philip V of Macedon)
The term may also refer to:
- Battle of Philippopolis (disambiguation), several different battles
- Hermes of Philippopolis — one of the Seventy Disciples
- Duchy of Philippopolis — a short-lived duchy of the Latin Empire after the breakup of the Byzantine Empire
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