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This description provides information of ancient sites, seaside resorts, churches, monasteries, landscapes and small towns and villages. Additional details can be found in various books printed on Greece, such as the 'Blue Guide to Greece.' The names of places conform to the accented Greek pronounciation which would be the one a traveller would face upon a potential visit.

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Macedónia, is the northernmost province of Greece. It streches from the west, where it touches Albania, to the East, where it borders with Thráki. Macedónia is divided, like the rest of Greece in Nomoi or cantons or prefectures. They are self administered regions containing within them a main town or city and many small villages.

Macedonia has a rich history dating back to ancient times. Here was the birthplace of Alexander the Great in Pélla, a city which was recently uncovered and found full of archeological treasures.
Macedónia was one of the last Greek regions to be liberated, having been joined with the rest of Greece only early this century. Its capital, Thesaloníki (also known as Salónika), is the second largest city in Greece and has almost 500000 inhabitants. Linked to the rest of the world with internatioal airport, train and bus service, it can spearhead one into Halkidikí, a great resort popular with tourists, Thráki which borders Turkey to the East and Agion Oros also known as Mount Athos, a monastic peninsula, free of females (including female animals), inhabited by about 1800 monks.

Please select from the list below to explore the various places:

West Macedonia, Nomos Pellas (Edessa)
West Macedonia, Nomos Ematheas, Veria
West Macedonia, Nomos Florinas, Flórina
West Macedonia, Nomos Kastorias, Kastoria
West Macedonia, Nomos Kozanis, Kozani
West Macedonia, Nomos Grevenon, Grevena
West Macedonia, Nomos Pierrias, Katerini

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