Vermio Mountains

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Vermio
Βέρμιο
Vermio is located in Greece
Vermio
Vermio
Location in Greece
Highest point
Elevation 2,065 m (6,775 ft) [1]
Coordinates 40°37′26″N 21°56′33″E / 40.62389°N 21.94250°E / 40.62389; 21.94250Coordinates: 40°37′26″N 21°56′33″E / 40.62389°N 21.94250°E / 40.62389; 21.94250
Geography
Location Imathia, Greece

The Vermio Mountains (Greek: Βέρμιο), the ancient Bermion (Greek: Βέρμιον), is a mountain range in northern Greece. It lies between the Imathia Regional Unit of the Central Macedonia Region and the Kozani Regional Unit of the Western Macedonia Region. The range is west of the plain of Kambania. The town of Veria, which is the capital of Imathia, is built οn the foot of these mountains. The highest point in the range is the peak Chamiti (Greek: Χαμίτη), 2,065 metres (6,775 ft) elevation, west of Naousa.

The Vermion Mountains are the site of ski resorts such as Seli and Tria Pente Pigadia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oreivatein list of mountain peaks". Archived from the original on October 16, 2013. Retrieved March 22, 2012. 

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