Ampelokipoi (Greek: Αμπελόκηποι, "vineyards") is a suburb of the Thessaloniki Urban Area and was a former municipality of the peripheral unit of Thessaloniki, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality of Ampelokipoi-Menemeni, of which it is a municipal unit. The population is 40,959, as of 2001, with a land area of 1.803 km². Ampelokipoi is the seat of the new Ampelokipoi-Menemeni municipality.
Thessaloniki, Menemeni, Evosmos, Stavroupoli, Neapoli.
The municipal sports club AO Ampelokipon has football, basketball, volleyball, swimming and athletic clubs. The local stadium was a training center for Olympic Games of 2004.
The municipality has many problems in this sector because of the lack of school buildings and overpopulation.
^ Kallikratis law Greece Ministry of Interior (Greek)
Municipalities of the Thessaloniki Prefecture
Agios Athanasios | Agios Georgios | Agios Pavlos | Ampelokipoi | Apollonia | Arethousa | Assiros | Axios | Chalastra | Chalkidona | Chortiatis | Echedoros | Efkarpia | Egnatia | Eleftherio-Kordelio | Epanomi | Evosmos | Kalamaria | Kallindoia | Kallithea | Koroneia | Koufalia | Lachanas | Lagkadas | Madytos | Menemeni | Michaniona | Mikra | Mygdonia | Neapoli | Oraiokastro | Panorama | Pefka | Polichni | Pylaia | Rentina | Sochos | Stavroupoli | Sykies | Thermaikos | Thermi | Thessaloniki | Triandria | Vasilika | Vertiskos
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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