Synonyms for mataragka or Related words with mataragka

kandalos              dafnoula              kalyvakia              elaionas              tsoukalaiika              chrysochori              lakkomata              lefkochori              kounina              foiniki              tristeno              mesovouni              pyrga              chrysovitsa              palaiomanina              pialeia              kouvalata              vamvakou              kalousi              giannitsochori              grimpovo              foteino              chersonisos              kentriko              dasochori              dafniotissa              amfithea              vlacherna              keramidia              prosilio              vytinaiika              geroplatanos              konistres              koilada              polydroso              melissochori              dilofo              melissopetra              myrofyllo              drosato              palaiochoraki              chrysavgi              kotili              dotsiko              velimachi              limnochori              koiva              kareika              lykosouras              polydendri             



Examples of "mataragka"
Mataragka or Mataranga (Greek: Ματαράγκα) may refer to several places in Greece:
Mataragka (, also "Mataranga") is a Greek village in the municipal unit of Larissos, Achaea, Greece. It is located on the western edge of the Movri hills, 4 km south of Riolos, 5 km east of Neapoli and 34 km southwest of Patras. In 2011 Mataragka had a population of 117 for the village and 282 for the municipal district, which includes the village Kefalaiika. Until 1974, Mataragka was part of the Elis Prefecture.
Arni () is a former municipality in the Karditsa regional unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Sofades, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 89.185 km. Population 2,604 (2011). The seat of the municipality was in Mataragka. It was named after the ancient Aeolian town Arne (), which was located near present Mataragka.
Neapoli () is a village in the municipal unit of Vouprasia, Elis, Greece. It is located in the low hills west of the Movri hills, 5 km southeast of Varda, 4 km north of Nisi, 5 km west of Mataragka and 39 km north of Pyrgos. Neapoli had a population of 153 in 2011.
Larissos (, also "Riolitiko") is a river in the western part of Achaea, southern Greece. Its source is on the western slope of the Movri hills, near the village Mataragka. It flows through the Prokopos lagoon, and empties into the Ionian Sea in the village Kalogria. Other villages along its course are Kagkadi, Apideonas and Lappas. Its complete course lies within the municipal unit Larissos, which took its name from the river.
Riolos (), is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Larissos, Achaea, Greece. It is located on the northwestern edge of the Movri hills, 4 km north of Mataragka, 3 km southwest of Krinos, 6 km southeast of Lappas and 32 km southwest of Patras. In 2001 Riolos had a population of 801 for the village and 810 for the community, which includes the small village Mazaiika. The river Larissos flows southwest of the village. During the Greek War of Independence a battle took place in Riolos in which the Greeks, led by Thallis Theodoridis the Elder, were victorious.
Sofades () is a town and municipality in Thessaly, central Greece belonging to the regional unit of Karditsa. Its 2011 census population was 6,056 people and 18,864 for the municipality, including a large Romani minority. Its elevation is around 120 m above sea level, and the economy is mainly agricultural (cotton, corn). It is the only municipality that has one municipal district with settlements. Sofades is located south of Palamas, southwest of Larissa, the capital of Thessaly, northwest of Lamia and southeast of Karditsa and Trikala. Sofades is on GR-30 (Karditsa - Domokos - Volos) as well as the road between Mataragka and Palamas. It is on the OSE railway line linking Kalambaka and the main line and has a station. The Greek inhabitants of the region are commonly known as Karagounides (Καραγκούνηδες).