Patra is the largest city in the Peloponnese and the third largest in Greece. The Municipality of Patras is also the third most populous country in the country. Patras is the capital of the Prefecture of Achaia, the Region of Western Greece, as well as the seat of the municipality of the same name, while the seat of the Decentralized Administration of the Peloponnese, West Greece and the Ionian is also designated. The city of Patras is an important urban center and has one of the largest ports in the country and most importantly communicating with Italy and by extension towards the European West. Significant from transport and commercial point of view. From this, ferries depart for Kefalonia, Ithaca and Corfu, as well as the Italian ports of Bari, Ancona and Venice. Patras is the largest economic, commercial and cultural center of the Peloponnese and western Greece. During the four millennia of its history, and especially during the Roman period, where the city flourished, Patras was a cosmopolitan center of the Mediterranean. According to the Christian tradition, it is the place of the martyrdom of Saint Andrew, who is also the patron saint of the city. Also in Patras dominates the imposing Sanctuary of St. Andrew, which is the largest church in Greece and one of the largest in the Balkans, where there are also preserved remains of the saint and small parts of the cross that martyred and along with the oldest bay and homonymous smaller church they constitute an important display site for Orthodox Christians from Greece and the rest of the world.
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