Synonyms for zervochori or Related words with zervochori

chrysovitsa              karitsa              alepochori              makrychori              kerasea              kranea              kerasia              stavrochori              katafyto              ampelia              limnochori              mesochori              ypatis              chaliki              loutros              drymos              stavrodromi              petsali              kefalochori              kryopigi              kainourgio              kalyvakia              tripotamos              krannonas              mesorrachi              karyofyto              rodonia              dasochori              foteino              oreino              livadero              vrontou              geroplatanos              mikrokleisoura              kyparissi              drosato              lapsista              anavryto              mitrousi              leptokarya              kastania              aetopetra              polydendri              krini              prasino              chrysavgi              argaki              tristeno              vrysoula              meliki             

Examples of "zervochori"
Eirinoupoli () is a former municipality in Imathia, Central Macedonia, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Naousa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 49.962 km. Population 3,808 (2011). It has 5 villages (Angelochori, Ano Zervochori, Kato Zervochori, Polyplatanos and Archangelos). Its elevation is .
Achinos () is a village and a former municipality in the Serres regional unit, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Visaltia, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 155.432 km. Population 2,427 (2011). The seat of the municipality was in Sitochori. Other communities in the municipal unit are Dafni, Zervochori, Lefkotopos, Patrikio and Choumniko. The name Achinos is the Greek word for sea urchins.
In September 1906, he entered Macedonia leading a 14 men band with the mission to protect Macedonian Greek villages in Giannitsa Lake (called "O Valtos", i.e., "the Swamp" by locals) from the attacks of VMRO members that controlled the northern part of the lake. With the help of local Macedonian Greeks such as the wealthy tradesman Zafeiris Loggos and Antonis Mingas from Naoussa, in only three months he managed to limit Bulgarian presence in the Swamp. But on November 14, 1906 Agras was seriously injured after an unsuccessful attack against the leader of the Bulgarian guerrilla troops, Apostol Petkov, near the village of Zervochori and was recalled to Thessaloniki to be healed. He continued his activity in the area for some months but his health deteriorated by his continuous presence and fights in the lake, resulting in his infection by malaria. The coordinator of the Greek forces, Konstantinos Mazarakis-Ainian, concerned for his life, ordered Agras to withdraw to Naoussa in April 1907, where he started recruiting locals to man the band of his substitute Captain Amyntas, alias Lieutenant Doumpiotis.