Minor earthquakes continue along a fault in the seabed near the village of Rio, close to the port city of Patras in southern Greece. The latest and strongest of the quakes was recorded on Friday night just before 11:00 p.m. and measured 4 on the Richter scale followed by weaker tremors.
The quakes are being felt in Rio, Patras, Antirrio, Nafpaktos and other towns and cities in the region because their epicentre is close to the earth’s surface.
The seismic activity started ten days ago and the phenomenon is being monitored by seismologists.