Synonyms for krya or Related words with krya

vrysi              perivoli              kryoneri              kalyvia              artemida              argyroupoli              kampos              potamia              vasilika              kastania              livadi              sykies              palaiochori              irakleia              neapoli              vourla              perivolia              pefki              elliniko              drosia              kastraki              filothei              eleftherio              rodopoli              loutra              sykia              theodoroi              polichnitos              oropou              metochi              lagkada              pyli              filiatra              magoula              stavroupoli              kordelio              agioi              kirykos              lefki              sostis              krini              ermioni              archangelos              karitsa              ekali              aidipsos              dytiki              fragkista              zitsa              gialos             



Examples of "krya"
Apollon 1960 Krya Vrysi F.C. is a Greek football club, based in Krya Vrysi, Makedonia.
Krya Vrysi (Κρύα Βρύση) may refer to several places in Greece:
Tasos Karakoutsis comes from Krya Vrysi, Pella, and has previously played in Paniliakos, Polykastro, Pierikos and Niki Volou.
Krya Iteon (Greek: Κρύα Ιτεών) is a neighbourhood in the southern part of the city of Patras next to the Glafkos river.
Krya Vrysi is home to the sport club Apollon Kryas Vrysis that was founded in 1960. It currently competes in the 4th national division but has notably risen to the 2nd in the past.
The town of Krya Vrysi, named "Plasna" before 1927, became an independent community in 1934, when it was separated from Valta. After the lake that covered the place was drained, the people had trouble finding drinkable water. When they found a source of cold, clear water, they called it "water from the "Krya Vrysi" (Cold Spring)", thus giving the town its name. The community Krya Vrysi became a municipality in 1990. The economy in the area is primarily based on agriculture with the farmers mainly growing corn and asparagus. They were also growing a great amount of Berley tobacco, until 2005 when the production was stopped in the region due to European Union's economical issues.
Krya Vrysi, being the centre for many smaller villages, is the host of various annual events. The Krya Vrysi carnival used to be the biggest annual event. Taking place each February (on the three-day holiday of Monday), the carnival started in 1988 and had become an important tourist attraction for the town, until 2009 when it was cancelled due to economic reasons. The Agrotechnical Expo is also a major event that happens in September and combines a small amount of agricultural-related exhibits with a funfair (called Panigiri).
There are postposed diacritics for medial /-y-/ and /-r-/, which may be combined "(krya)." For medial /-l-/, however, there are seven dedicated conjunct letters. That is, there is a special letter for /kla/ which does not resemble the letter for /ka/. (Only /gla/ is written with a straightforward diacritic.)
Krya Vrysi () is a town and a former municipality in Pella regional unit, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Pella, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 76.956 km. It is 75 km from Thessaloniki.
The municipality has a population of 63,122 (2011 census). The capital of the municipality of Pella is Giannitsa (population 29,789 at the 2011 census). Other towns are Krya Vrysi (pop. 6,535), Mylotopos (pop. 2,605), Pella (pop. 2,450), Galatades (pop. 2,339), Karyotissa (pop. 1,999), Aravissos (pop. 1,800), Ampeleíai (pop. 1,095), Melíssion (983), Pentaplátanon (956), and Paralímni (816).
The principal cities of ancient Lycia were Xanthos, Patara, Myra, Pinara, Tlos and Olympos (each entitled to three votes in the Lycian League) and Phaselis. Cities such as Telmessos and Krya were sometimes listed by Classical authors as Carian and sometimes as Lycian.
The name comes from Kireas River which flows from the mountains of Fteritsa, Pyxaria and Mavrovouni, joins with Neleus River finally flowing into the Aegean near the sea shore of Krya Vrysi in North Euboia. Strabo mentions a legend according to which sheep drinking from Kireas gave birth to white offspring while those drinking from Neleus gave birth to black. The sycamore forest in this Kireas' banks hosts the oldest and greatest in size tree in the Balkans, the "Μέγας Πλάτανος" (Great Sycamore).
He was the son of Benizelos Rouphos and brother of Georgios Roufos. Together with his brother, he helped with the reformation of Patras. During his time as mayor he ran a gaslight company in Krya Itea, planted olives southwest of downtown, opened roads, constructed Omonoia Square, ran public schools, the Markato market and constructed the race track. He died in 1902. He raised two sons Loukas Kanakaris-Roufos and Vasileios Roufos.
Apostolos Tsoptsis was born on 29 August 1972 at Esovalta, a village near Krya Vrysi, Pella and plays as a defender. He started his football career in 1990 at his hometown's local team. In 1992, he was transferred to Edessaikos, with whom he appeared in the Alpha Ethniki and made his debut in a home Alpha Ethniki match against Athinaikos on 27 September 1992, which ended 4–2. After five years in the Edessa-based team, he moved to Ionikos in 1997.
Pella () is one of the regional units of Greece, in the geographic region of Macedonia. It is part of the Region of Central Macedonia. It is named after the ancient city of Pella, the capital of ancient Macedonia and the birthplace of Alexander the Great. The capital of Pella is Edessa with a population of 19,036 inhabitants according to the census of 2011, while the largest city and industrial and commercial center is Giannitsa with 29,789 inhabitants. Other important centers are the towns Krya Vrisi, Aridaia and Skydra.
In the dawn of 22 August, several battalions of German infantry (presumably belonging to the 16th regiment of the 22. Luftlande Infanterie-Division) arrived at the Amari valley. They succeeded in surrounding the villages lining the western side of the Amari valley without being noticed by their dwellers. These villages are collectively called the Kedros villages, namely Gerakari, Gourgouthi, Kardaki, Vryses, Smiles, Drygies, Ano Meros, and Chordaki (in Greek: Γερακάρι, Γουργούθοι, Καρδάκι, Βρύσες, Σμιλές, Δρυγιές, Άνω Μέρος, και Χορδάκι). The nearby village of Krya Vrysi (Κρύα Βρύση) was also surrounded. In all villages, the German raids followed roughly the same pattern.
The chroniclers Theophanes the Confessor (end of eighth century) and Georgios Kedrenos (11th century) wrote that the 726 eruption of the Thera volcano was visible from Mount Athos, indicating that it was inhabited at the time. The historian Genesios recorded that monks from Athos participated at the seventh Ecumenical Council of Nicaea of 787. Following the Battle of Thasos in 829, Athos was deserted for some time due to the destructive raids of the Cretan Saracens. Around 860, the famous monk Efthymios the Younger came to Athos and a number of monk-huts ("skete of Saint Basil") were created around his habitation, possibly near Krya Nera. During the reign of emperor Basil I the Macedonian, the former Archbishop of Crete (and later of Thessaloniki) Basil the Confessor built a small monastery at the place of the modern harbour ("arsanas") of Hilandariou Monastery. Soon after this, a document of 883 states that a certain Ioannis Kolovos built a monastery at Megali Vigla.
As a politician, he was a chairman of minds in the council and in 1908, he founded and presented by King George I. He ran the public butchery by the Akti Dymaion, he bought the modern municipal council for 121,000 drachmas, he ran the poorhouse in Akti Dymaion, he built several neighbourhoods of the city, constructed a new tank in Kastro which still runs today, a new water tower other than the 12 km in length. He bought a few barracks in Synora which still exists, he guarded the appearance of the city's tree planted squares, he measured the public, paving of roads in which before they were earthend and lead into Olga Square. He brought electricity to the city in 1902 and constructed a gaslight factory in Krya Ition and added its first lampposts in Georgiou I Square and in Maizonos Street, also he brought the tram in Patras which positioned by the railroad which had a streetcar, streetcars no longer exist in the city today after World War II. He was honored with the price of water to the poor which the paid at half the price. During the sear in which the government at the time tried to subtract the entrance of the city of Patras for the profic in which Votsis left after World War I.