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Pythio is a town located in the eastern part of Didymoteicho municipality and the province. It is 16 kilometers east north east of the centre. Turkey is located south and east of the town. The settlement is connected south and east of GR-51 and a road linking to Kesan and south to the Dardanelles.
The border crossing is to the south-southeast. The settlement is situated in a valley area. Another railway links to Turkey especially places to Uzunkopru and eastward to Istanbul and the continent of Asia. It is the nearest railway from Thessaloniki. It is located south- south east of Svilengrad, Bulgaria and 20 kilometers south of Orestiada, south of Edirne, Turkey, North West of Uzunkopru and Kesan in Turkey, north-north-east of Alexandroupoli and east-north-east of Soufli and Didymoteicho.
On February 18, 2005, the flooding of the Evros began as water levels went as high as 6.5 meter above ground, that's 10 centimeters above the embankment level which is danger to its residents. Pythio was flooded. Three days later, the water level dropped to 5.48 meters, below the danger level of 5.70 meters.
Another flood which began from March 1, 2005 flooded several places again and a town which flooded a local school that has a playground leaving the top of the basketball nets unflooded in Pythio. Several other buildings, roads and southwest to Didymoteicho. The third flood of the year later reached the low lying areas of Pythio, Amorio and Lavara along with Didymoteicho. Pythio has a school, a lyceum, a church, a train station and with a junction east of Pythio and a square.

Pythio is said the place of best geographical environment and can trace its origins back to prehistoric times. It enjoys a very positive reputation with worldwide travelers.

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