Synonyms for loutros or Related words with loutros

matsouki              kyparissi              kryopigi              dasochori              oreino              kalyvakia              katafyto              tristeno              mikrochori              kainourgio              vathypedo              chrysovitsa              karitsa              ladikou              mesochori              ampelia              kerasea              stavrochori              megaplatanos              palaiokatouna              foteino              drosato              leptokarya              kefalochori              alepochori              prasino              chrysavgi              drosero              geroplatanos              chaliki              kalamoti              distrato              mikrokleisoura              nerochori              foiniki              petsali              limnochori              kokkinogeia              faraklata              grammeni              prastio              ampelaki              polydendri              katarraktis              livadaki              grimpovo              fourka              pialeia              petrochori              vahagni             



Examples of "loutros"
Loutros (; ) is a small village located in the Nicosia District of Cyprus, west of the town of Karavostasi. "De facto", it is under the control of Northern Cyprus.
Loutros was originally inhabited by Greek Cypriots; they all fled during the 1974 Turkish invasion. The village was reinhabited in the late 1970s by Turkish Cypriots from Xerovounos, and a small number of Turks from Turkey and displaced Turkish Cypriots from Terra and Mandria.
Loutros (Greek: Λουτρός) is a village in the southern part of the Evros regional unit in Greece. It is part of the municipal unit of Traianoupoli. Its population in 2011 was 713 for the settlement and 769 for the community, including the villages Loutra Traianoupoleos (thermal baths) and Pefka. It is located on a small river between low hills, east of Alexandroupoli, on the edge of the coastal plains of the Aegean Sea.
The villages that traditionally were accounted as part of the region were Gidas (modern Alexandreia), Meliki, Koryfi, Nichori (Neochori), Reshina (Vrysaki), Nisi, Katafygi, Trichovista, Skylitsi, Kavasila, Stavros, Xechasmeni, Rapsomaniki, Pozarites (Kefalochori), Episkopi, Loutros, Kapsochora, Paliochora, Niseli and Niseloudi, Trikala, Karya, Aidonochori, Platy, Lianovergi, Paliochori, Gritzali (Agathia), Niochoropoulo, Prodromos, Niokastro, Voultista, Mega Alamboro (Prasinada) and Mikro Alamboro, Mylovos, Kouloura, Diavatos, Mikrogouzi (Makrochori), Metsi (Mesi), Ammos, Santena, Geraki, Mavrangeli, Barbesh or Koutlesh (Vergina), Trichlevo (Trilofo), Sfinista, Kleidi, Kaliani (Aloro), Tsinaforo (Platanos). The actual number of settlements fluctuated, however, as some were abandoned and new ones founded because of the floods of the Aliakmon.