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Mount Olympus Travel Guide  

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Mount Olympus is the highest mountain peak in Greece. It is part of the Olympus range located on the border between Macedonia and Thessaly, near the Gulf of Salonika. It is 2917 m in height and the highest peak is Mitikas. According to Greek mythology, Mount Olympus is the abode of the twelve Olympian Gods.
The weather around Mount Olympus is Mediterranean, but the mountainous region experiences relatively cooler summers, while winters are colder with rainfall.
The city of Litochoro is the closest city to the mountain and has a population of 6,700. It is easily connected to other major cities such as Athens and Thessaliki.

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Reviews Mount Olympus

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Destinations near Mount Olympus

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