Lake Kerkini (Greek: Λίμνη Κερκίνη), is an artificial reservoir that was created in 1932, and then redeveloped in 1980, on the site of what was previously an extremely extensive marshland.
Articles of interest in Irákleia
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Kulata (Bulgarian: Кулата, "the tower") is a village in Petrich Municipality, Blagoevgrad Province, in southwestern Bulgaria. As of 2006 it has 892 inhabitants and the mayor is Dimitar Manolev. The village is a major border checkpoint on the border …
Radomir (Bulgarian: Радомир, Greek: Καλαμπάκα, Kalabaka) is a peak on the Bulgarian–Greek border. At 2,031 metres (6,663 ft) it is the highest peak in the Belasica (Greek: Béles or Kerkíni) range.
Vyroneia (Greek: Βυρώνεια, before 1924: Χατζή Μπεηλίκ - Chatzi Beilik) is a town located in the municipal unit of Petritsi in the northwestern part of Serres regional unit, Greece. It is situated near the Bulgarian border, on the right bank of the r…
Tsar Samuil Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Petrich, Bulgaria. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of PFC Belasitsa Petrich. The stadium holds 9,500 spectators.
Topolnitsa is a village in Petrich Municipality, in Blagoevgrad Province, Bulgaria.
Triantafyllia (Greek: Τριανταφυλλιά, before 1988: Τριανταφυλλιές - Triantafyllies, before 1927: Μαχμουτζή - Machmoutzi) is a village and a community in Visaltia municipality, Serres regional unit, Central Macedonia, Greece.
Monokklisia is a village in Kapetan Mitrousi, Serres regional unit, northern Greece.
Chortero (Greek: Χορτερό, Bulgarian: Латрово) is a village in the municipality Sintiki, Macedonian region of Greece, 24 km from the city of Serres. As of 2001, Chortero comprises 656 inhabitants, the majority of whom are farmers.