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ⓘ Keryneia, Greece




Keryneia, Greece
                                     

ⓘ Keryneia, Greece

Keryneia is a village and a community in the municipal unit of Diakopto, Achaea, Greece. The community consists of the villages Keryneia and Nea Keryneia. It is located 6 km southeast of Aigio and 7 km west of Diakopto. The Greek National Road 8A passes between Keryneia and Nea Keryneia. In 2011 Keryneia had a population of 35 for the village and 362 for the community. The town takes its name from the ancient town of Ceryneia

                                     
  • Chinese general of the Zhao State Warring States Period Margos of Keryneia Greek general of the Achaean League 228 BC Ai of Chu, king of the Chu State
  • Army invaded the island from the north, landing in Pente Mili beach, near Keryneia The operations named Attila I and II lasted until August and resulted
  • five days previously, all animals and vermin fled the city, going toward Keryneia The city and a space of 12 stadia below it sank into the earth and were
  • 300 280 BC Euthydemus and Timocleidas Sicyon c. 280 270 BC Iseas Keryneia resigned 275 BC Aristotimus Elis, assassinated 272 BC Aristippus
  • 2008 - 10 - 11 Keryneia Epistrofi, Lakatamia Attendance: 500 Updated to match played 20 May 2009 Source: Competitions Source: cfa.com.cy in Greek Rules for
  • the Great, King 223 187 BC Achaean League complete list Margos of Keryneia 256 - 255 BC Aratus of Sicyon I 245 - 244 BC Aratus of Sicyon II 243
  • Tepe at 1, 024 m 3, 360 ft Pentadaktylos also spelt Pentadactylos Greek Πενταδάκτυλος Turkish: Besparmak is another name for the Kyrenia Mountains

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