Synonyms for zitsa or Related words with zitsa

perivoli              palaiochori              eleftherio              amaxades              kranea              kastania              kalyvia              karitsa              exochi              fourka              eleftherochori              leptokarya              vourla              vlacherna              kryoneri              livadero              vrysi              petrochori              parapotamos              krini              kerasea              alepochori              kalamitsi              kryopigi              pialeia              oreino              fokaia              vasilika              mesorrachi              spartia              smixi              kefalochori              krya              stavroupoli              kyparissi              kleidonia              lefki              polydendri              chrysavgi              ypatis              lagkadas              artemida              kainourgio              kalyvakia              makrychori              lagkada              ypati              polichnitos              pournari              matsouki             



Examples of "zitsa"
Leonidas D. Veliaroutis () (born 1916) is a Greek writer. He was born in Grammeno, Zitsa.
Debina is also known under the synonyms Dempina, Ntempina, and Zitsa.
Zitsadegu (Zitsa Degu, Chinese "Jiuzhaigou") is a minor eastern Tibetic language of Sichuan spoken by a few hundred or thousand people.
Debina is a white Greek wine grape primarily in the Zitsa region of Epirus. The grape's high acidity lends itself to sparkling wine production.
Zitsa () is a village and a municipality in the Ioannina regional unit, Epirus, Greece. The seat of the municipality is the village Eleousa. The municipality has an area of 565.566 km, the municipal unit 65.868 km, the community 29.169 km.
The present municipality Zitsa was formed at the 2011 local government reform by the merger of the following 5 former municipalities, that became municipal units (constituent communities in brackets):
Jeremias was a native of Zitsa in Epirus, and was raised without instruction. He became Archbishop of Sofia on or before 1513. On the 31 December 1522 he became Patriarch of Constantinople.
Dodoni Province was the largest of the four provinces of Ioannina Prefecture of Greece. Its territory corresponded with that of the current municipalities Dodoni, Ioannina, North Tzoumerka, Zagori and Zitsa, and the municipal units Ano Kalamas, Egnatia (partly) and Kalpaki. It was abolished in 2006.
Molossoi (Greek: Μολοσσοί) is a former municipality in the Ioannina regional unit, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Zitsa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 241.281 km. In 2011 its population was 1,646. The seat of the municipality is in Voutsaras.
Eleousa () is a village in the municipal unit of Pasaronas, Ioannina regional unit, Greece. Since the 2010 local government reform, it is the seat of the municipality Zitsa. In 2011 its population was 3,484. It is situated in the valley northwest of Lake Ioannina, 7 km northwest of the city centre of Ioannina.
Kastri (, pron. "Kastrí", from the Medieval Greek word for "small castle" or "watchtower") is a village of the unit of Evrymenes, Zitsa municipality, Epirus, NW Greece. Until 1950 it was named "Siutista", a name still in use by the local people.
Pasaronas () is a former municipality in the Ioannina regional unit, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Zitsa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 135.278 km. Population 9,238 (2011). The seat of the municipality was the village Eleousa.
Ekali () is a former municipality in the Ioannina regional unit, Epirus, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Zitsa, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 49.181 km. Population 1,541 (2011). The seat of the municipality was in Metamorfosi.
An educational institution, called "The Greek College", was active in the city as early as 1700. Its first director, Chrysanthos, was a monk from Zitsa, while, in 1724, Ioannina born scholar, Nicolaos Stigmis, became schoolmaster. After 1730 and for a short period, Ioannis Chalkeus an Aristotelian philosopher also taught in the school. During that time the teaching staff included scholars from various ethnic backgrounds: Aromanian, Greek and Albanian.
Evrymenes () was a short-lived municipality (1996–2010) in the Ioannina Prefecture, Greece. Following the massive mergers that took place in accordance to "Kallikratis Plan", since 2011 it holds the status of "municipal entity" (subdivision) within the Municipality of Zitsa. The municipal unit has an area of 73.958 km. In 2011 its population was 1,009. The seat of the entity was in Klimatia. It is situated in the mountainous western part of the Ioannina regional unit.
The "Casale" Division was sent to Albania 14 March 1941 to reinforce the failing Italian Spring Offensive. It immediately proceed to fight in Shushicë. By 20 March 1941, it was included into Italian XXV Army Corps and was fighting in Tepelenë area. The contact with Greek forces was lost soon after the start of Battle of Greece 6 April 1941, and "Casale" has engaged in cautious advance along Drin valley. 18 April 1941, it encountered Greek rear-guard at Lumi i Kardhiqit, 19 April 1941 - reached Gjirokastër. 22 April 1941 the division reached Greek border near Delvinaki, where it has meet with German patrols. It was used for mopping-up operations in Zitsa, Negrades, and Paramythia. After this task complete, the "Casale" was moved to the south of Ambracian Gulf, stopping in 1942 with garrisons in Agrinio, Amfilochia and Missolonghi. The division performed several anti-partisan raids in Agrinio, Kato Achaia, Chrysóvitsa (or nearby Chrysovítsa), and other locations. After Armistice of Cassibile announcement 8 September 1943, parts of 11th regiment joined Greek partisans while other sub-units of division have melted away under murky circumstances.
Christovasilis was born in the village of Soulopoulo, Zitsa, Epirus, then in the Ottoman Empire. As a teenager he ran away from school in order to join the Epirus revolt of 1878, and participated in the guerilla operations near Sarandë. As a result he was twice arrested by the Ottoman authorities and sentenced to death, but he managed to escape. In 1885 he moved to Athens, where he studied, compiled and published several works on Greek history. In December 1889 he won the literary competition of the Athenian newspaper "Acropolis", with his countryside tale "Pastoral new year". He subsequently decided to devote himself to journalism and literature. When the Balkan Wars (1912–1913) ended and most of Epirus became part of Greece, he moved to Ioannina and published a newspaper named Ελευθερία ("Freedom"). In 1924, he became a member of the administrative committee of the "Educational Club" (Εκπαιδευτικός Όμιλος) of Ioannina. together with other prominent figures of Epirus, such as Georgios Hatzis. Additionally, in 1936 he published the cultural magazine "Epirote Leaves". Christovasilis was twice elected as a member of the Greek Parliament.