Salambria

Salambria

[suh-lam-bree-uh, sah-lahm-bree-uh]
noun
a river in N Greece, in Thessaly, flowing E to the Gulf of Salonika. 125 miles (200 km) long.
Ancient Peneus.
Modern Greek Peneios.
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Salambria (səˈlæmbrɪə, ˌsɑːlɑːmˈbrɪə)
 
n
Ancient name: Peneus, Modern Greek name: Piniós a river in N Greece, in Thessaly, rising in the Pindus Mountains and flowing southeast and east to the Gulf of Salonika. Length: about 200 km (125 miles)

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