An ancient city within the borders of today's Yenicekent. It is in the ancient region of Lydia.
Tripolis (Greek: Î¤ÏÎ¯Ï€Î¿Î»Î¹Ï‚, Eth. Î¤ÏÎ¹Ï€Î¿Î»Î¯Ï„Î·Ï‚) – also Neapolis, Apollonia, and Antoninopolis – was an ancient city of Phrygia (also attributed to Caria and Lydia, on the northern bank of the upper course of the Maeander, and on the road leading from Sardes by Philadelphia to Laodicea ad Lycum. (It. Ant. p. 336; Tab.
Tripolis (Greek: Î¤ÏÎ¯Ï€Î¿Î»Î¹Ï‚), formerly Ischopolis, was an ancient fortress city in Pontus Polemoniacus, on a river of the same name, and with a tolerably good harbor; it is now the site of Tirebolu, Giresun Province, Turkey. It belonged to the MosynÅ“ci and was situated at a distance of 18 km from Cape Zephyrium. (Arrian, Peripl.
Tripolis (Greek: Î¤ÏÎ¯Ï€Î¿Î»Î¹Ï‚; meaning "three cities") was a district in ancient Tripolitania (an expanded area based on the Tripolis), now in Libya, along the Mediterranean between the Sabrata and Cynyps rivers, and comprising the three cities of Oea, Sabrata, and Leptis Magna.
Tripolis (Greek: Î¤ÏÎ¯Ï€Î¿Î»Î¹Ï‚; meaning "three cities") or Tripolis Larisaia was an ancient city in the Pelasgiotis in Thessaly, Greece, on the Peneus (Peneios) river, situated approximately 5 km in the north of Larissa.