Trikkala

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Trikkala

 

(also Trikala, Tricca), a city in Thessaly, in central Greece; administrative center of Trikkala Nome. Population, 34,800 (1971). The city manufactures textiles and leather foot wear. Other local industries include woodworking, metalworking, and the processing of foodstuffs and tobacco.

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