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Administrative Region : Peloponnese
Regional unit : Arkadia

Tripotamia (Greek: Τριποταμιά meaning "three rivers", before 1927: Μπέλεσι - Belesi[1]) is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Tropaia in the westernmost part of Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece.

It is situated on a hill above the left bank of the river Erymanthos, 3 km north of its confluence with the Alfeios. The Ladon, another tributary of the Alfeios, flows 2 km east of Tripotamia. The rivers Erymanthos and Alfeios form the border with Elis here. The community consists of the villages Tripotamia, Kapellitsa and Chania. The Greek National Road 74 (Pyrgos - Olympia - Tripoli) passes north of the village. Tripotamia is 2 km east of Aspra Spitia, 6 km southwest of Liodora and 15 km east of Olympia.

Historical population
Year Population
1981 431
1991 420
2001 323
See also

List of settlements in Arcadia

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