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During the period of Ottoman rule in Thessaly, the main settlement in the location of modern Karditsa was called Sotira, but a village named Kardhítza was mentioned by the English traveler Leake in 1810. Karditsa was incorporated as a new city in 1882, the year after its liberation from the Ottoman Empire.

During World War II, the resistance in Thessaly was fought primarily by the ELAS. Karditsa was the first city in Europe to be liberated from Nazi occupation.
Karditsa is the youngest of the three other Thessalian capitals although the county was inhabited since the beginning of the Paleolithic era. The first mention of the settlement made ​​by the British traveler Leake in 1810, and will officially become a municipality in 1882, a year after its liberation from the Turks.

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