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Anavyssos is a town and a former municipality in East Attica, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Saronikos, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 14.478 km². At the 2011 census it had 6,202 inhabitants. It is situated near the Saronic Gulf coast, at the foot of the Olympos hill. It is 2 km north of Palaia Fokaia, 4 km east of Saronida, 10 km west of Lavrio and 34 km southeast of Athens city centre. The Greek National Road 91 passes south of the town, along the coast. Anavyssos is located on the area of the ancient Attica's demos of Anaflystos, which has shown significant archaeological findings like Kroisos Kouros that is exhibited in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens. Τhe contemporary settlement was originally a village founded by Greek refugees who resettled there after fleeing from various areas of Asia Minor after the Asia Minor Campaign. Anavyssos is the place where Elias Venezis, one of the most important Greek novelists of the 20th century located his 1939 novel 'Tranquility'.

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