Synonyms for perivoli or Related words with perivoli

palaiochori              kalyvia              kryoneri              vrysi              kastania              kampos              metochi              zitsa              livadi              vasilika              krya              potamia              artemida              eleftherio              lefki              neochori              parapotamos              gialos              argyroupoli              eleftherochori              kechros              karitsa              krini              makrychori              kerasea              vourla              kastraki              smixi              exochi              platanovrysi              amaxades              sostis              koryfi              dirou              lagkada              perivolia              psari              loutra              kalamitsi              fragkista              myloi              kerasia              vryses              palaiopyrgos              oropou              pentalofos              polichnitos              polydendri              sykies              drosia             

Examples of "perivoli"
The park lies on the borders of Grevena and Ioannina regional unit, north of the town of Metsovo and near the villages of Vovousa, Perivoli and Milea. There are no settlements or any facilities inside the protected area's borders.
Perivoli () is a village in the southern part of the island of Corfu, Greece. It is part of the municipal unit of Korissia. In 2011 its population was 1378 for the village, and 1427 for the community, including the village Potamia. Perivoli is 1 km northwest of Vitalades, 4 km west of Lefkimmi, 4 km southeast of Argyrades and 24 km south of the city of Corfu. The Greek National Road 25 (Corfu - Argyrades - Lefkimmi) passes through the village. The small fishing port Kalyviotis is to the north, and the Agia Varvara beach is to the southwest.
A letter to the Prime Minister of Romania Ion C. Brătianu, sent on 27 July 1917, was signed by mayors and notables of the following villages: Samarina, Abella (Avdella), Perivole (Perivoli), Baïassa (Vovousa), Amintchou (Metzova - Metsovo), Paléosseli (Palaioselli), Padzes (Pades), Touria (Kranea), Breazna (Distrato), Laca (Laista), Dobrinova (Iliochori), Armata, Zmixi (Smixi)
Songwriter Dionysis Savvopoulos, who was initially imprisoned by the regime, nevertheless rose to great popularity and produced a number of influential and highly politically allegorical, especially against the junta, albums during the period, including "To Perivoli tou Trellou" (), "Ballos" () and "Vromiko Psomi" ().
Katerini is home to a significant Aromanian population that exceeds 3,000 people. Aromanians of Katerini mainly descend from nearby Aromanian settlements of Livadi and Kokkinopilos, and in lesser numbers from Samarina, Moscopole, Avdella, Perivoli and Smixi. According to some sources the Aromanians formed a majority amongst the town's Christian population in the beginning of the 20th century.
There are many villages in the Pindus, one of them being Samarina, which boasts one of the highest elevations in Greece. Many of the villages such as Perivoli and Smixi include communities of Aromanians (Vlachs), originally shepherds and farmers. In the last decades, a number of villages, such as Metsovo, developed into tourist resorts with ski facilities.
Vitalades () is a village and a community in the southeastern part of the island of Corfu. It is part of the municipal unit of Lefkimmi. In 2011 its population was 442 for the village and 524 for the community, which includes the village Gardenos. It is situated between low hills, southeast of Perivoli and southwest of Lefkimmi. Vitalades is one of several villages on the island that have the suffix "-ades", e.g. Argyrades.
The Lygkos mountains are drained by the river Aoos to the west and by the river Venetikos, a tributary of the Haliacmon, to the east. The nearest mountain ranges are the Vasilitsa to the north, Chasia to the east, Lakmos to the south and Tymfi to the west. The nearest villages are Vovousa to the west and Perivoli to the north. The town Metsovo is about 15 km to the south.
The Pindus National Park (also known as Valia Kalda) is in a remote area in the north east of the Pindus mountains, north of the town of Metsovo and south of Perivoli. The park of some 7,000 hectares was established in 1966. There are forests of black pine and beech, and in the higher parts, Bosnian Pine ("Pinus leucodermis"). The park is a refuge for bears, wild cats, and lynxes.
The Mornos () is a river in Phocis and Aetolia-Acarnania in Greece. Its source is in the southwestern part of the Oiti mountains, near the village Mavrolithari, Phocis. It flows towards the south, and enters the Mornos Reservoir near the village Lefkaditi. The dam was completed in 1979. It leaves the reservoir towards the west, near Perivoli. The river continues through a deep, sparsely populated valley, and turns south near Trikorfo. The lower course of the Mornos forms the boundary between Phocis and Aetolia-Acarnania. The Mornos empties into the Gulf of Corinth about 3 km southeast of Nafpaktos.
Antonios Kyriazis (Αντώνιος Κυριαζής, ) was born in 1757 into a wealthy family in the village of Velestino in the Sanjak of Tirhala, Ottoman Empire (modern Thessaly, Greece). He was at some point nicknamed "Pheraeos" or "Feraios", after the nearby ancient Greek city of Pherae, but he does not seem ever to have used this name himself; he is also sometimes known as "Konstantinos" or "Constantine Rhigas" (Κωνσταντίνος Ρήγας). He is often described as being of Aromanian ancestry, with his native village of Velestino being Aromanian. Rigas' family had its roots in Perivoli, another Aromanian village, but it usually overwintered in Velestino. Some scholars question whether there is good evidence for this.
The majority of the Aromanian population lives in northern and central Greece; Epirus, Macedonia and Thessaly. The main areas inhabited by these populations are the Pindus Mountains, around the mountains of Olympus and Vermion, and around the Prespa Lakes near the border with Albania and the Republic of Macedonia. Some Aromanians can still be found in isolated rural settlements such as Samarina (Aromanian "Xamarina" or "San Marina"), Perivoli (Aromanian "Pirivoli") and Smixi. There are also Aromanians (Vlachs) in towns and cities such as Ioannina (Aromanian "Enina" or "Ianina"), Metsovo (Aromanian "Aminciu"), Veria, Katerini, and Thessaloniki (Aromanian "Sãruna")
Argyrades () is a village and a community in the southern part of the island of Corfu, Greece. It was the seat of the municipality of Korissia. In 2011 its population was 660 for the village and 1,719 for the community, which includes the villages Agios Georgios (pop. 503), Marathias (pop. 331) and Neochoraki (pop. 225). Argyrades is situated in low hills, 4 km east of the Korissia Lagoon. It is 4 km northwest of Perivoli, 8 km west of Lefkimmi and 22 km south of the city of Corfu. The Greek National Road 25 (Corfu - Lefkimmi) passes through the village.
Pindus National Park is considered as one of the least visited and least known national parks in Europe and it is not signposted from the main roads of the region. The area offers opportunities for hiking with its dirt roads being in good condition except in winter. The park can be best accessed from north, from the village of Perivoli, while there is also a track from the west side, near Milia. A climbing resort lies near Mavrovouni peak, at a height of , which is an ideal base for excursions to the park's area. According to the local legislation, the collection of any kind of organism is not allowed, while camping and staying in the park's core after the setting of the sun is prohibited. Additional restrictions include the lighting of fires, while activities such as kayaking and rafting need a special clearance from the local forestry.
Perivoli (, ) is an alpine village and a former community in Grevena regional unit, West Macedonia, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Grevena, of which it is a municipal unit. Its population was 21 inhabitants as of 2011. The municipal unit has an area of 137.210 km. It was the sixth-least densely populated municipality or community in all of Greece (behind Gramos, Sidironero, Paranesti, Antikythira, and Gavdos). The village is inhabited during winter by only 10-20 people due to extreme snow. However, the population rises to 4,000 people during the summer. There are many restored houses, inns, restaurants and cafes in the village. The inhabitants are mainly native "Aromanians" ().