Drosato (Greek: Δροσάτο, Bulgarian: Патарос) is a Greek settlement located north of Kilkis, west of the GR-65 (Kilkis - Sidirokastro) and about 8 km southeast of the border with the Republic of Macedonia and 5 km southeast of Lake Doirani. Drosato was the seat of the municipality of Doirani.
Drosato is situated in a valley area that is surrounded with hills. The geography consists of farmlands covering the central and the western parts, and the eastern part is hilly with some farmlands, the remainder of the area is forested.
The population has been growing since the 1980s. In 2001, the Drosato Health Center shut its doors for good due to its declining population of the northern half of the prefecture since the 1950s, the health center had low budget not enough for the population that even some people opposed. The nearest hospital is now in Kilkis.
Year Village population Municipal district population
1991 864 -
2001 1,068 1,392
Drosato on GTP Travel Pages
List of settlements in the Kilkis regional unit
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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