Synonyms for vamvakou or Related words with vamvakou

vathypedo              dasochori              tristeno              drosato              vasaras              foteino              geroplatanos              foiniki              kalyvakia              distrato              chrysochori              pialeia              palaiomanina              konistres              vasilopoulo              matsouki              chrysavgi              kalousi              katouna              nerochori              arkesini              elaionas              chersonisos              lefkochori              myrofyllo              velimachi              kounina              chrysovitsa              mikrokleisoura              lakkomata              chaliki              mesovouni              kyparissi              pyrga              loutros              kryopigi              polydroso              argyrochori              sarakina              diasellaki              elafos              dilofo              kouvalata              palaiokatouna              mataragka              gavria              skalochori              galinoporni              kleidonia              krannonas             



Examples of "vamvakou"
The municipality Oinountas was first established in 1835, the seat of administration being Vamvakou, then Vresthena in 1840. It was abolished in 1912, and the municipality was split into the independent communities of Vamvakou, Vresthena, Vasaras and Arachova. It was then re-founded by law 2539/1997 (Kapodistrias Plan) in 1998, covering a larger area, by the merger of the communities Sellasia (the seat of the new municipality), Vasaras, Theologos, Varvitsa, Vamvakou, Koniditsa, Voutianoi and Vresthena.
Polydamantas () is a former municipality in the Larissa regional unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Farsala, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 4,175 (2011). The municipal unit has an area of 292.951 km. The seat of the municipality was in Vamvakou.
There is no exact written date of the arrival of the first inhabitants of Kladas from nearby villages such as Vamvakou (Greek "Βαμβακού"), Voutianii (Greek "Βουτιάνοι"), "Kalivia" (Greek "Καλύβια"), "Vresthena" (Greek "Βρέσθενα") and from the town of Sparta. All that is known is that the establishment of the Kladas community happened on 31 August 1912 according to Ioannis Kapodistrias self-government plan. However, 85 years later – on 04/12 1997 – the Kladas community incorporated to the expanded municipality of Sparti.