Synonyms for sarakina or Related words with sarakina

kerasea              vasilopoulo              tristeno              pialeia              kryopigi              chaliki              chrysovitsa              drosato              chrysavgi              karitsa              matsouki              stavrochori              oreino              palaiopyrgos              kalyvakia              myrofyllo              spartia              dafnoula              dasochori              polydendri              vathypedo              dilofo              ampelia              koryfi              chersonisos              foteino              kleidonia              alepochori              kranea              konistres              livadero              kerasia              distrato              elaionas              kefalochori              kainourgio              geroplatanos              mesorrachi              kyparissi              prasino              chrysopigi              elafos              skepasto              loutros              palaiochori              limnochori              vamvakou              leptokarya              lyrkeia              koilada             



Examples of "sarakina"
The community of Sarakina consists of three separate settlements:
Sarakina () is a village and a community of the Langadas municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was part of the municipality of Kallindoia, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 71 inhabitants in the village and 149 inhabitants in the community of Sarakina. The community of Sarakina covers an area of 16.562 km.
The community of Sarakina consists of two separate settlements:
Sarakina () is a village and a community of the Grevena municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was a part of the municipality of Ventzio, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 177 residents in the village and 378 residents in the community. The community of Sarakina covers an area of 49.887 km.
Agios Charambos () is a village of the Langadas municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was part of the municipality of Kallindoia, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 78 inhabitants in the village. Agios Charambos is a part of the community of Sarakina.
Neochori () is a village of the Grevena municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was a part of the municipality of Ventzio. The 2011 census recorded 116 residents in the village. Neochori is a part of the community of Sarakina.
The Sarakina Gorge (also "Myrtos Canyon", after the nearby coastal village of Myrtos) is a canyon in the southeastern part of Crete, Greece. It is located about 15 km west of Ierapetra and a few kilometres upcountry of Myrtos, near the small village of Mithi.
Another character is the Priest Fotis. He comes to the village with a whole group of starved villagers from a devastated village which has been overrun by the Turks, and they are looking for shelter in Lycovrissi. Denied this by the priest Grigoris, the refugees retire to the barren slopes of the nearby mountain Sarakina, where they continue to starve.
Diporo () is a village of the Grevena municipality. Before the 2011 local government reform it was a part of the municipality of Ventzio. The 2011 census recorded 85 residents in the village. Diporo is a part of the community of Sarakina.
In Myrtos is a small museum, dedicated to the local history, which features a scale model of Fornou Korifi created by John Atkinson, a British potter resident in the village who is the current Museum Curator. Near the small village Mithi, about 3 miles (5 km) from Myrtos lies the Sarakina Gorge.
At dawn, singing is heard and a group of Greek refugees arrives in Lykovrissi from a village destroyed by the Turks, led by their priest, Fotis. Father Grigoris is concerned about the welfare and safety of his fellow villagers and of possible conflicts. One female refugee dies from hunger, but Father Grigoris blames the death on cholera and uses this to expel the refugees from the village. Only Katerina offers them practical assistance, but Manolios, Yannakos, Kostandis and Michelis take her lead, find food, and show them the nearby Sarakina mountain where the refugees may rest.