Synonyms for oropou or Related words with oropou

kryoneri              kalyvia              figaleia              artemida              palaiochori              fokaia              rodopoli              loutsa              perivoli              sykamino              krini              neochori              sykies              cholargos              kastania              kavasila              eleftherochori              kapandriti              vrysi              petroto              kampos              keramidi              vasilika              perivolia              sikyona              polydendri              kastraki              krya              elliniko              metochi              parapotamos              karitsa              makrychori              myloi              stavroupoli              eleftherio              amfikleia              drosia              oinoi              vourla              filothei              farkadona              argyroupoli              myrtountion              vlacherna              aidipsos              ampelonas              loutra              thorikou              gastouni             



Examples of "oropou"
Its source is on the northern slope of the Cithaeron mountain, southwest of Thebes. It empties into the South Euboean Gulf, near Skala Oropou. Its total length is 57 km. Its basin is 718 km. The Asopos flows along the following places, from the source downstream: Lefktra, Agios Thomas, Oinofyta, Sykamino, Skala Oropou. The river is polluted with hexavalent chromium due to industrial activity.
Markopoulo Oropou is situated 3 km south of the South Euboean Gulf coast. It is 4 km southeast of Nea Palatia and 35 km north of Athens. The municipal unit Markopoulo Oropou consists of the town Markopoulo and the villages Neo Livyssi, Agia Varvara and Bafi.
Greek National Road 79 is a national highway in East Attica, Greece. It connects Malakasa with Skala Oropou.
Oropioi () is a former municipality in East Attica, Greece. Population 9,223 (2011). The seat of the municipality was in the town Skala Oropou. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Oropos, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 32.890 km. The municipality Oropioi consisted of the municipal districts (now communities) Oropos, Nea Palatia and Skala Oropou.
Skala Oropou () is a community in East Attica, Greece, on the South Gulf of Euboea, due north of Athens. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Oropos, of which it is a community.
Skala Oropou is a seaside town, situated on the south coast of the South Euboean Gulf. The town Nea Palatia is directly adjacent to its east. It is 8 km south of Eretria (on the island Euboea), and 38 km north of Athens. The Greek National Road 79 connects it with Motorway 1 near Malakasa. The mouth of the river Asopos lies between Skala Oropou and the western village Chalkoutsi. The community has a land area of 12.398 km² and a total population of 4,146 inhabitants (2011 census).
Kalamos is located 2 km from the South Euboean Gulf coast. The seaside village Agioi Apostoloi, 4 km to the east, is also part of the community of Kalamos. Kalamos is 4 km east of Markopoulo Oropou, 8 km north of Kapandriti and 36 km northeast of Athens.
Nea Palatia is a seaside town, situated on the south coast of the South Euboean Gulf. The town Skala Oropou is directly adjacent to its west. It is 8 km south of Eretria (on the island Euboea). The Greek National Road 79 connects it with Motorway 1 near Malakasa.
The town can be reached from Skala Oropou, Attica by ferry or via Halkida by road. It's an important station on the way to the south of the island. It has many taverns and a long beach promenade. The archaeological excavations are located on the northern edge of the modern town.
Markopoulo Oropou () is a town and a former community of East Attica, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Oropos, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 23.177 km.
The Amphiareion of Oropos (), situated in the hills 6 km southeast of the fortified port of Oropos, was a sanctuary dedicated in the late 5th century BCE to the hero Amphiaraos, where pilgrims went to seek oracular responses and healing. It became particularly successful during the 4th century BCE, to judge from the intensive building at the site. The hero Amphiaraos was a descendant of the seer Melampos and initially refused to participate in the attack on Thebes (detailed in the "Seven Against Thebes" of Aeschylus) because he could foresee that it would be a disaster. In some versions of the myth, the earth opens and swallows the chariot of Amphiaraos, transforming him into a chthonic hero. Today the site is found east of the modern town Markopoulo Oropou in the Oropos municipality of Attica, Greece