Synonyms for pramanta or Related words with pramanta

matsouki              kranea              kalarites              distrato              drosato              dilofo              achladochori              elaiochori              kryopigi              ampelia              paliampela              kerasea              ypatis              kyparissi              dasochori              chrysovitsa              karitsa              kerasia              krannonas              katafyto              konistres              pialeia              mavrommati              mesochori              tristeno              chaliki              megarchi              limnochori              kleidonia              eleftherochori              vasilopoulo              geroplatanos              foteino              alepochori              laista              leptokarya              ampelonas              koilada              dafnonas              ypati              argyrochori              palaiokatouna              faraklata              zervochori              loutros              vathypedo              spercheiada              kalyvakia              thesprotiko              prastio             

Examples of "pramanta"
The municipal unit Pramanta is subdivided into the following communities (constituent villages in brackets):
Pramanta is a village with a natural beauty. In the central square one can view the known perennial plane tree, the historic fountain called "Arapis" and the central church of the village, Agia Paraskevi. Close to Pramanta you may also find the cave "Anemotrypa" and the mountain retreat in the place "Isioma".
North Tzoumerka () is a municipality in the Ioannina regional unit, Epirus, Greece. The seat of the municipality is the village Pramanta. The municipality has an area of 358.334 km. The municipality is named after the Tzoumerka mountains.
Pramanta () is a village and a former municipality in the Ioannina regional unit, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality North Tzoumerka, of which it is a municipal unit. In 2011 its population was 1,137 for the town, 1,527 for the community and 1,774 for the municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 69.058 km, the community 39.435 km. Pramanta is situated in the Athamanika mountains, at about 840m elevation. It is 4 km west of Melissourgoi, 6 km north of Agnanta, 6 km south of Prosilio, 65 km southeast of Ioannina, 70km north east of Arta and 28 km south of Metsovo.
Prosilio (, literally "sunward place", before 1927: Δοβίσδανα - "Dovisdana") is a village in the municipal unit of Tzoumerka (Ioannina, Epirus), Greece. It is situated on a mountainside of the Athamanika mountains, at 900 m elevation. It is 3 km southwest of Syrrako, 3 km west of Kalarites, 6 km north of Pramanta and 23 km southeast of Ioannina. Its population is 101 people (2011 census).
He used the monastery of Saint Paraskevi near the village of Pramanta as his base of operations and fought several skirmishes against Ottoman detachments. On September 26, 1912, his group was defeated near Delvinë in a battle against Albanian groups and an Ottoman detachment, and Poutetsis was killed.
The bridge was built upon the order of Ottoman Sultan Abdülaziz, and was completed in 1866 under the supervision of the famous local builder Kostas Bekas from the nearby village Pramanta. Two previous attempts by other builders in 1860 and 1863 had proven unsuccessful, with the bridge collapsing during construction (in 1863 it collapsed on the very day of its inauguration). The cost of construction, 180,000 "kuruş", was covered by the local communities and the rich merchant Ioannis Loulis.
Fortosi () is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Katsanochoria, Ioannina regional unit, Epirus, Greece. The community consists of the villages Fortosi, Kostitsi, Patero and Nistora. Fortosi is situated in the northern foothills of the mountain Xerovouni, west of the Arachthos valley, at about 800 m elevation. It is 10 km west of Pramanta, 21 km southeast of Ioannina and 39 km north of Arta. There is an ancient castle built around the 4th century BC 2 km south of Patero.