Macedonia Travel in Greece – Grevena

 
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Grevena (Greek: Γρεβενά, Grevená) is a town and municipality in Macedonia (Northern Greece), capital of the Grevena peripheral unit. The town’s current population is 10,447 citizens; it lies about 400 km from Athens and about 180 km from Thessaloniki. The municipality’s population is 30,564. Grevena has had access to the Via Egnatia since the early 2000s, which now connects Igoumenitsa with Thessaloniki and Alexandroupoli at the border with Turkey. Mountains surround the municipality, which is situated by the river Greveniotikos, which itself flows into the Aliakmon. Other significant towns in the municipality are Amygdaliés and Méga Seiríni.
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Aliakmonas - Macedonia, Greece

 
 
West Macedonia – Grevena – Aliakmonas

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 Venetikos, Grevena, Macedonia in Greece

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Culvert Ziaka, Grevena, Macedonia in Greece

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Vasilitsa, Grevena, Macedonia in Greece

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Vasilitsa, Grevena, Macedonia in Greece

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Comments
tymphaios says:

Place names known since antiquity are spelled using the ancient Latin conventions in languages that use the Latin alphabet. The international name of the river is Haliacmon (see Wikipedia) and should be written in that way in an article meant for English-speaking readers. I would not think anyone would do a web search for “aliakmonas” outside Greece.

Congratulations, nevertheless, for promoting the towns of the real Macedonia in your web pages.