Chouliarades (Greek: Χουλιαράδες) is a village in the municipality of North Tzoumerka, Greece. Its population was 237 people (2001 census). It is built on the slopes of Tzoumerka or Athamanio at 1,000 m. It is a traditional settlement since November 23, 1998 (Law 908D) and its code number is 12317201.
It is located NNW of Athens, 32 southeast of Ioannina, southwest of Metsovo, west of Trikala and north of Arta.
The village is well-known for its singing tradition: one of the villagers, Gakis Sontis, was recorded in 1930 by the Folklore Music Archive of Melpo Merlie.
List of settlements in the Ioannina regional unit
Chouliarades at the GTP Travel Pages
(Greek) Folklore Council in the village of Houliarades, in Tzoumerka (then with the Dodona subprefecture or province) in the Ioannina Prefecture
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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