Chalkis or Chalcis is the chief town of the island of Euboea in Greece, is situated on the strait of the Evripos at its narrowest point. Under Roman rule, Chalcis retained a measure of commercial prosperity; since the 6th century AD it again served as a fortress for the protection of central Greece against northern invaders.


Chalkis has mainly architectural beauty which mainly include: Castle of Chalkis, Chalkis centre, Church of Saint Paraskevi, Old Town Hall of Chalkis.

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