Philippi (/fɪˈlɪpaɪ, ˈfɪləˌpaɪ/; Greek: Φίλιπποι, Philippoi) was a city in eastern Macedonia, established by Philip II in 356 BC and abandoned in the 14th century after the Ottoman conquest.
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The Pangaion Hills (Greek, Παγγαίο, ancient forms: Pangaeon, Pangaeum, Homeric name: Nysa) are a mountain range in Greece, approximately 40 km from Kavala. The highest elevation is 1,956 m and the mountaintop name is Koutra.
Kavala Prefecture (Greek: Νομός Καβάλας) was one of the prefectures of Greece. Its capital was Kavala. It was established in 1915, soon after its territory was incorporated into Greece in the Balkan Wars.
Krinides (Greek: Κρηνίδες, before 1926: Ράχτσα - Rachtsa) is a town in the Kavala regional unit in eastern Macedonia, Greece. It was the seat of the former municipality of Filippoi. The ruins of the ancient city Philippi are close to the town. Krini…
Nea Peramos (Greek: Νέα Πέραμος), is a town located 17 kilometres from Kavala, the capital of the regional unit of Kavala, Greece.
Many inhabited places in Kavala Prefecture of Greece have both Slavic and Greek forms. Some of the forms are identifiably of Greek origin, others of Slavic, yet others of Turkish or more obscure origins.
The Anthi Karagianni Municipal Stadium (Greek: Δημοτικό Στάδιο Ανθή Καραγιάννη), formerly the Kavala National Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium in Kavala, Greece. It is the homebase of Kavala F.C..
Choristi (Greek: Χωριστή, before 1927: Τσατάλτζα - Tsataltza, Bulgarian: Чаталджа - Chataldzha) is a town in Drama municipality, Drama regional unit, East Macedonia and Thrace region, Greece.
Kyrgia (Greek: Κύργια) is a village and a community in the municipality of Doxato, Drama regional unit, northern Greece.
Many settlements in Macedonia region in Northern Greece had Greek and non-Greek forms. Most of those names were in use during the multinational environment of the Ottoman Empire. Some of the forms were identifiably of Greek origin, others of Slavic,…
Mesoropi (Greek: Μεσορόπη);is a village in the south-eastern part of the regional unit of Kavala in northern Greece.
Kalamon or Kalamonas (Greek: Καλαμών or Καλαμώνας), until the 1920s known as Bosinos (Μποσινός, Bulgarian: Бошинос, Boshinos) is a village in Kalampaki municipality, Drama regional unit, Greece.
Drias (Greek: Δρυάς, local Slavic: Мешели - Mesheli) is a former village the ruins of which are located in Kavala regional unit, Greece.
Elatia or Karantere (Greek: Ελατιά or Καρά Ντερέ, Bulgarian: Кара дере) is a mostly forested mountain area located in the central and northern parts of the Drama regional unit (and partially Kavala regional unit) in Greek Macedonia that extends alon…