Synonyms for parapotamos or Related words with parapotamos

palaiochori              kryoneri              perivoli              vlacherna              lagkadia              kalyvia              kastania              kechros              neochori              polydendri              kalyvakia              pentalofos              dirou              kampos              keramidi              petroto              artemida              dafnoula              fourka              loutra              makrychori              exochi              kavasila              koryfi              lefkonas              eleftherio              fillyra              sidironero              aidipsos              rodopoli              fragkista              krini              eleftherochori              oropou              pialeia              vrysi              gialos              zitsa              kastraki              iasmos              kryovrysi              kerasia              myrtountion              cholargos              potamia              diasello              palaiopyrgos              oreini              kryopigi              karitsa             

Examples of "parapotamos"
Parapotamos (Greek: Παραπόταμος) may refer to:
Places along the river include, from source to mouth: Mazaraki, Soulopoulo, Vrosina, Raveni, Pente Ekklisies, Kyparisso, Parapotamos and Kestrini.
The name of Parapotamos means "riverside" or "by the river" in the Greek language. The village is known as Varfanj in Albanian.
Parapotamos (, before 1928: Βάρφανη - "Varfani") is a village and a former municipality in Thesprotia, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Igoumenitsa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 60.334 km. Population 1,168 (2011). The village of Parapotamos, the former municipality's seat, was home to Cham Albanians, before 1944, when they were expelled for collaborating with Nazi forces.
The main settlements in which Chams originally resided were: Paramythia, Filiates, Igoumenitsa, Parapotamos, Syvota, Sagiada, Perdika, and Margariti. Preveza and Ioannina also had significant Cham Albanian communities. The Orthodox Chams originally resided in Fanari, Louros and Thesprotiko.
Born in Parapotamos, Tzanis began playing football for local side Asteras Parapotamos F.C. in the Delta Ethniki. In 2004, he signed with nearby club PAS Giannina F.C.. He played 8 years in total for the club, before he signed a one-year contact with Panthrakikos. On the 9th of October, during the match between Olympiacos F.C and Panthrakikos F.C Tzanis brought his A-game as he managed to lose except every opponent, a classic header as he swapped with his penalty and his own goal.
Parapotamos (Greek: Παραπόταμος Λάρισας) is a settlement of the municipal unit of Makrychori, which is part of the municipality of Tempi, northern Greece. It is situated on the right bank of the river Pineios. The people of the area are mostly farmers and the settlement is famous for its olive production.
Makrychori (, Katharevousa: Μακρυχώριον) is a former municipality in the Larissa regional unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Tempi, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 2,553 (2011). The municipal unit has an area of 107.767 km. The municipality was created under the Kapodistrias Law in 1997 out of the former communes of Elateia, Evangelismos, Gyrtoni and Parapotamos.
Following the German invasion of Greece on 6 April 1941, the Italian forces opposite the Greek army in Albania began probing attacks on the Greek positions. On 8 April, the 3rd Battalion faced an Italian reconnaissance attack near Bolenë, followed on 14 and 15 April by a series of determined attacks with heavy artillery support against the positions of both the 1st and the 3rd Battalions. The Italian attacks were repulsed, but due to the German advance in Macedonia, the Greek army in Albania began retreating as well. The 40th Regiment began retreating on 16–17 April, assuming new defensive positions near Krania on 18 April. The retreat recommenced on the night of the 21st, and the Regiment arrived at Parapotamos, on the Greek side of the pre-war border, on the 23rd. Through forced marches, the unit reached Preveza four days later, where it was disbanded and the men released to return to their homes.