Synonyms for kyparissi or Related words with kyparissi

matsouki              livadaki              ampelia              loutros              kryopigi              oreino              distrato              mesorrachi              tristeno              pournari              stavrodromi              spartia              polydendri              elaiochori              lefkonas              karitsa              drosato              prastio              katafyto              vrosina              kerasea              chrysovitsa              kefalochori              petrochori              vrysoula              vlacherna              kainourgio              geroplatanos              mesochori              chaliki              alepochori              kalyvakia              grammeni              megaplatanos              nerochori              kalamitsi              makrychori              vathypedo              palaioselli              fillyra              fourka              leptokarya              dasochori              drepano              foteino              katafygio              vahagni              krannonas              kranea              limnochori             

Examples of "kyparissi"
Kyparissi () is a village and a community of the Grevena municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was a part of the municipality of Kosmas o Aitolos, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 43 residents in the village. The community of Kyparissi covers an area of 8.372 km.
The municipal unit of Agios Kosmas consists of nine communities: Agios Kosmas, Dasyllio, Kalirachi, Kalloni, Kydonies, Kyparissi, Megaro, Oropedio and Trikorfo.
Kyparissi () is a small village along the north east coast of Laconia, Greece. It is part of the municipal unit of Zarakas.
Sorel was born Theodore Eliopoulos in 1936 in San Francisco, California, the son of Maria (née Piccoulas) and Vassily Eliopoulos, a candy maker. He later adopted the professional name of Ted Sorel. His family had originally immigrated to the United States from their village of Kyparissi, Laconia, in Greece. Sorel would later renovate his grandfather's home in Kyparissi during his life. He received his bachelor's degree from the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.
On January 10th, 1834 was established by Law the City of Atalanti, including outside the Atalanti, the villages: Skala, Skenteraga (Megaplatanos), Kyparissi, Kolaka, Bogdanos, Exarchos and Drouskos. First elected mayor in 1836 was Efstathios Spyridonos.
The formation of the limestone rock has been dated to the Upper Cretaceous period, 135 – 65 million years BP. The excavations began in 1987 under the direction of N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, which were meant to give some answers to the mystery of Paleolithic Thessaly. Radiocarbon evidence shows for human presence at least 50,000 years ago.
Poulithra () is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Leonidio, southeastern Arcadia, Greece. It is situated on the Myrtoan Sea coast, at the foot of the eastern Parnon mountains. In 2011, it had a population of 414 for the village and 415 for the community, which includes the small inland village Pyrgoudi. Poulithra is 7 km southeast of Leonidio, 14 km east of Kosmas, 19 km northwest of Kyparissi, Laconia) and 42 km east of Sparti. It is considered a traditional settlement.
The source of the Eurotas River is a surface spring called Piges Evrota (Πηγές Ευρώτα, "Eurotas Springs") located near the village of Skortsinos, Arcadia, by the side of the road ascending from Kyparissi. The spring is an outlet of an aquifer located in the adjacent limestone ridge at a locale called Kephalari. The ridge, a karst, is not part of the Taygetus Massif, but, like the other mountains of Arcadia, is a nappe raised by the compressional forces on the Hellenic Plate by the subduction of Africa. The spring is also called Logaras Spring.
When the Crusaders invaded Constantinople in 1204, the region fell to the Franks, who ruled there from 1210 to 1259. With the reestablishment of the Byzantine Empire, in 1259, the region experienced new growth and prosperity and the sparsely populated villages established themselves under the protection of Monemvasia until 1347, and later under the mighty Domain of Mystra until 1460. At this time, the bishop of Mystra allowed the emigration and settlement of 10,000 Albanians in the general vicinity of Mystra, some of whom settled in Katavothra and adopted their new land as their own, making a living as shepherds. English historians Vace and Hasluck (BSA volume 12 pg. 146–160) refer to this Albanian settlement, "... Albanians inhabited the area that included the villages called Geraka, Rehia, Niata, Harakas, Kyparissi, Kremasti, Giotsali, Geraki, Katavothra and Sikia".