Synonyms for oreino or Related words with oreino
Examples of "oreino"
Between the Byzantine Empire and the Greek War of Independence, several villages were founded, including Skiada and
. After World War II and the Greek Civil War, most villages were rebuilt. On February 5, 2008, the mountain was shaken by two earthquakes measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale. One epicenter was in Chalandritsa, and the other was in Farres, outside the range.
() is a small village in Lasithi regional unit on Crete, Greece. It is situated 28 kilometers northeast of Ierapetra and lies 10 kilometers from the Cretan south coast. Since 2011 it belongs to Ierapetra municipality. It is situated at 650 meters above sea level ('oreinos' means mountainous in Greek), east of Thrypti mountain, in an area rich in vegetation.
() is a former municipality in the Kavala regional unit, East Macedonia and Thrace, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Nestos, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 318.555 km. Population 1,212 (2011). The seat of the municipality was in Lekani.
(; local Slavic: Јурен Дере, Орен Дере; ) is a former village, now in ruins, in Kavala regional unit, Greece. During the population exchange between Greece and Turkey in the early 1920s, the population, primarily Turks with some Slavs, were forced to leave their homes and the village was not repopulated. There is a large stone wall that still lyes there after a war that occurred in 1500 ad and that village had started that war
The municipal unit Makry Gialos, established as a municipality in 1998, with an area of and a population of 3,894 in 2011, consists of the communities of Schinokapsala with the settlements of Achlia, Galini and Mavros Kolimbos,
with the settlements of Agios Panteleimon, Andrianos and Kalyvitis, Stavrochori with the settlements of Koutsouras, Lapithos and Tsikalaria, Chrysopigi with the settlement of Mpemponas, Agios Stefanos with the settlement of Makry Gialos, Pefki with the settlements of Analipsi, Aspros Potamos and Pilalimata, Lithines with the settlements of Azali and Lagada, and finally Perivolakia with the settlements of Epano Pervolakia, Kalo Nero, Moni Kapsa and Pezoulas.
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