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Katarraktis

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Katarraktis (Greek: Καταρράκτης, meaning "waterfall") (before 1928: Lopesi, in Greek: Λόπεσι) is a mountain village in the municipal unit of Farres in the municipality of Erymanthos in Achaea, Greece. It is 5 km east of Chalandritsa and 20 km southeast of Patras. In 2011 Katarraktis had a population of 93. The village is situated near a 110 meters high waterfall, hence the name of the village. Relics from the Mycenean period can be found in the vicinity.

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