Synonyms for lefkonas or Related words with lefkonas

amfithea              prastio              matsouki              vlacherna              kyparissi              dafnoula              livadaki              kalyvakia              kechros              mesorrachi              fillyra              kainourgio              polydendri              keramidi              distrato              vrysoula              fragkista              parapotamos              kryopigi              mantamados              perivoli              mitrousi              mesochori              kostakioi              koilada              chrysochori              oreino              pournari              drepano              charavgi              loutropoli              metochi              amaxades              limnochori              dilofo              dirou              ratari              diasello              lefki              dotsiko              oreini              neraida              myrofyllo              chrysopigi              peristera              palaiochori              gavrio              dasochori              petroto              polydroso             

Examples of "lefkonas"
The villages surrounding the lake are Agios Germanos, Laimos, Milionas, Platy, Kallithea, Lefkonas, Prespes, Karyes, Mikrolimni, Oxia, Pyli and Vrontero.
Lefkonas () is a village and a former municipality in the Serres regional unit, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Serres, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 68.247 km. Population 3,905 (2011).
In the spring of 1903, Lazaros, after a command from Bishop Germanos Karavaggelis, successfully ensured the smooth entry in the area of the Ottoman Empire of the first fighters from Creta. In July 1903, broke the Ilinden Uprising, for which Lazaros Tsamis had already informed the Greek Consular authorities in Bitola. Along with his brother Papastavros and other members of the defense committee of the village of Pisoderi, prevented the participation of the village residents and protected in this way the settlement from the reprisals of the Ottoman Army, after the suppression of the revolution. The same did not apply to other villages and towns, such as Kruševo of Pelagonia. The non-participation of the inhabitants in the revolution caused the wrath of the leader of the Bulgarian revolutionary committee Boris Sarafov, who ordered the execution of five men from Pisoderi and the arson of premises at Lefkonas village of Prespa, belonging to Lazaros Tsamis.
Sirra as a city-state, apart from the usual Greek institutions, held also its own territory ("chora"), which occupied the area of the former province of Serres. The organization of its territory was based on villages ("komai", sing. "kome"), whose many sites have been found in various places near modern villages, such as "Lefkonas"," Oreini", "Ano Vrondou", "Neo Souli", "Haghio Pneuma", "Dafnoudi", "Chryso", "Paralimnio" etc. Within the limits of its territory have also discovered traces of marble quarries and iron mines, which indicate systematic exploitation of the existing mineral wealth in the imperial period (1st to 3rd century AD). In terms of population, except the most numerous Greek element, are recognized some population substrates even from prehistoric times. Concerning the society, the main feature was its distinction in upper (rich) and lower (poor) social strata ("honestiores" and "humiliores" in Latin). Finally, concerning the cults of the residents, except the known panhellenic cults (Dionysus, Zeus, Dioscuri, Apollo, Asclepius, Artemis and Isis), are evidenced and some local and Thracian cults as the "Thracian horseman" (or "Hero").