According to Greek Mythology, Othrys was the Titans’ version of Olympus. During the Titanomachy, the Titans launched huge rocks and trees from the summits of Othrys and Pelion against Olympus.
Because Othrys is home to the Titans, many infer that local populations chose to stick close to their Titanic roots and resisted the religious usurpation of Olympus’ gods and goddesses.
The area was the only harbor in the Pagasetic Gulf that did not belong to the Turks in the thirteenth century A.D., and was the main reason for the 260-year conflict between the Venetians, Genovese and Catalans.
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