Kefallinía

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Ke·fal·li·ní·a

 (kĕ′fä-lē-nē′ä)
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Ceph•a•lo•ni•a

(ˌsɛf əˈloʊ ni ə, -ˈloʊn yə)

n.
the largest of the Ionian Islands, off the W coast of Greece. 31,297; 287 sq. mi. (743 sq. km). Greek, Kefallinia.
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She departed on Friday to Corfu, on a 14-night Red Sea odyssey with stops in Salalah, Aqaba in Jordan, Ashdod in Israel, and Argostoli (Kefallinia), and Corfu in Greece.
He named them as: Lieutenant Panagiotis Chrysoulis from Athens, Plutarch Spyridon Agathos from Corfu, Plutarch Nicholas Panagos from Arcadia, Antipaspostor Panagiotis Theodoratos from Kefallinia and Piertis Nikolaos Kappadoukas from Skopelos.
Qi Cheng, Ganas, A., Huang Furiong, Chen Yong and Drakatos, G.: 2007, Recurrence behaviours of earthquakes along the Kefallinia transform fault, Ionian Sea, Greece.
This study covered two large cities (Athens and Thessaloniki), six counties (Achaia, Chania, Evros, Ioannina, Kastoria, and Larissa), two islands in the Aegean Sea (Lesbos and Naxos), and one island in the Ionian Sea (Kefallinia).