- n. The capital of the western region of Greece.
- n. a port city in western Greece in the northwestern Peloponnese on an inlet of the Ionian Sea; was a major trade center from the 5th century BC to the 3rd century BC; commercial importance revived during the Middle Ages
- From Patreus, the name of its founder (Wiktionary)
“From there it takes a day to Patras, which is the city which”
“In Patras, James Watson, the 83-year-old Nobel Prize-winning geneticist was also attacked as he prepared to give a speech at the city's university.”
“Large demonstrations also were held in the cities of Thessaloniki, Patras and Heraklion.”
“Clashes were also reported in Thessaloniki, Patras, Corfu and Crete.”
“In the first episode, you and the owner of Patras Charbroiled Burgers bump heads over the importance of producing healthier fast food.”
“They are also setting up networks in Patras, Thessaloniki, and elsewhere.”
“Reading down the website's seemingly endless list of events, as it ticks off happenings in Barranquilla, Colombia; Patras, Greece; and Sharjah in the UAE, you can't helped but be impressed, not just by the success of Rothenberg's efforts, but by the truly global desire to get involved.”
“It was time to leave, so Carolyn and I took the ferry from Heraklion to Piraeus, hitched to Patras and from there took another ferry to Brindisi to continue the all-too easy hitch north.”
“Police also reported clashes in the southern city of Patras.”
“In Greece, the two secretaries visited prison camps at Liossa, Rouff, Londi, Patras, Corinthe, Lamia, and the Military Hospital in Athens, as well as the camps at Londa and Candie on Crete.”
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