Synonyms for mesochori or Related words with mesochori

matsouki              prastio              kalyvakia              karitsa              melissochori              monastiri              kastania              loutros              kyparissi              paliampela              leptokarya              palaiochori              fourka              vrysi              keramidi              lefkonas              vlacherna              kryopigi              livadaki              eleftherochori              perivoli              makrychori              kranea              kryoneri              ampelia              katafyto              distrato              artemida              kalarites              palaiokatouna              kerasia              zervochori              chrysavgi              chrysovitsa              kainourgio              fragkista              livadero              fokaia              pournari              loutra              oreini              ypatis              alepochori              diasello              polydendri              mesorrachi              stavrodromi              lefki              petrochori              anatoliki             



Examples of "mesochori"
Mesochori (, )) may refer to several settlements in Greece:
The population of Mesochori is occupied in animal husbandry and agriculture (mainly tobacco).
Mesochori (, ) is a village and a community of the Elassona municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was a part of the municipality of Potamia, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 551 inhabitants in the village. The community of Mesochori covers an area of 31.721 km.
According to the 2011 census, the population of the settlement of Mesochori was 551 people, a decrease of almost 1% compared with the population of the previous census of 2001.
Villages are built around a central square, also called "mesochori" (village centre) with a large church, a plane tree and a public fountain. Cobbled streets and footpaths interconnect the rest of the village. Each individual neighbourhood has a smaller church.
Notes: The population that was discovered recently at an isolated limestone outcrop near , is located 45 km SE of the type locality. The Mount Oeta, where according to Nordsieck (1972, 1974) the same subspecies occurs (see "Inchoatia haussknechti orina"), is situated 35 km SE of Mesochori and 80 km SE of the Voutsikaki Mts. It should be investigated whether these disjunctions, which are quite extreme when compared with the distributional patterns of the other subspecies, are not correlated with any taxonomically relevant differentiation.
The island is located about southwest of Rhodes, in the part of the Mediterranean which is called the "Carpathian Sea" (). The Sea of Crete, a sub-basin of the Mediterranean Sea, has its eastern limit defined by the island of Karpathos. Karpathos' highest point is Mt. Lastos, at . Karpathos comprises 10 villages. Pigadia (official name "Karpathos"), the capital and main port of the island, is located in the southeast of the island. The capital is surrounded by the villages of Menetes, Arkasa, Aperi, Volada, Othos, and Pyles. In the north Mesochori, Spoa and Olympos. There are two ports, in Karpathos and in the north of the island next to Olympos named Diafani.