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Archaeological Museum of Lefkada, Mousio Fonografou, Archaeological Museum
Lefkada City (Greek: Πόλη της Λευκάδας Poli tis Lefkádas) is a city and a former municipality on the island of Lefkada, Ionian Islands, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Lefkada, of which it is a municipal unit. It is the capital and main town of the island of Lefkada, located in the northern and northeastern part of the island. The city had a population of 8,673 inhabitants at the 2011 census. The municipal unit has a land area of 60.628 square kilometres (23.409 sq mi) and a population of 13,490. Its next largest towns are Lygiá (pop. 930), Nikiána (724), Apólpaina (819), Frýni (494), Kariótes (532), and Tsoukaládes (514).
Lefkada (city) Wikipedia
The municipal unit Lefkada is subdivided into the following communities (constituent villages in brackets):Lefkada City (Lefkada City, Fryni, Kalligoni)
Alexandros (Alexandros, Kollyvata, Nikiana)
Katouna (Katouna, Episkopos, Lygia)
Tsoukalades (Tsoukalades, Kalavros)
The buildings of Lefkada City is a characteristic sample of anti-earthquake structure. The houses is built by wooden material, whole logs, stone chip and other more light materials. The city plan is based in the medieval city plan of Lefkada City. This was developed during Venetial rule. Lefkada City has old temples built with local traditional architecture. The more famous are the temple of Agios Spyridon, Agioi Anargyroi and Panagia ton Xenon.
Lefkada City hosts sport clubs in several sports. The most historic is Tilikratis F.C., that was founded in 1925 and recently has played in Gamma Ethniki (third division).