Prodromos is a village in the province of Limassol found in the geographic region of Southern Marathasa, at a distance of 60 kilometers northwesterly from the city of Limassol.
Tris Elies (Three Olives) is a village at the north-western end of the Limassol province in the area of Notia Marathasa (South Marathasa), built on the edges of the Diarizou river which is known as “the dragon’s river”.
It is located approximately 9 km south-west of Prodromos village and is at a neighbourly distance in the north-east with the village of Lemithos, in the south-west with the village of Kaminaria, in the east with the village of Paleomylos and on the south-east with the village of Agios Demetrios. Administratively it belongs to the province of Limassol while ecclesiastically it is part of the Morfou Metropolis.
The name of the village according to Nearhos Klerides is owed to the existence there of three olive trees, a rare occasion for such a mountainous area./p> The village is built at an average altitude of around 1000 metres. The highest point of the village is the top of the Profitis Elias mountain at an altitude of 1106 metres. The village receives an average of 850mm of rain annually and in its area they cultivate apple, cherry, pear, prune and wine making fruit.
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