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Kato Nevrokopi (Greek: Κάτω Νευροκόπι "Lower Nevrokopi", Bulgarian: Зърнево, Zarnevo) is a municipality and town within that municipality in the northwest section of the Drama peripheral unit, Greece. Before the 2011 local government reform, it was the largest municipality in all of Greece, covering an area of 873.552 km² (337.28 sq mi).


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The 2001 census reported a population of 8,026 inhabitants.[1] The region is known for the very low temperatures during the winter and for its famous agricultural products such as potatoes and beans. The area has several features to attract tourists: the ski center of Falakro, the traditional settlement in the village of Granitis (pop. 102), the historical bunker of Lise, the artificial lakes of Lefkogeia and Potamoí, the spectacular routes in the forests, the old churches. The forest paths offer excellent views to hikers. The largest towns are Kato Nevrokopi (the municipal seat, pop. 2,072)[2], Volax (1,190), Perithori (833), Levkogeia (573), Kato Vrontou (528), and Ochyro (510). On the territory of the municipality are located several abandoned villages, including Monastiri and Mavrohori.

Kato Nevrokopi, Kato Nevrokopi, Kato Nevrokopi,

Kato Nevrokopi, Kato Nevrokopi, Kato Nevrokopi,

Division of the municipality

Kato Vrontou, Lefkogia, Exohi

Potamoi, Mikrokleisoura,

Ochyro, Mikromilia , Vathytopos,

Perithori, Granitis,

Notable people

Armen Kouptsios


References

^ [1].(Greek) Data from the 2001 census, at the National Statistical Service of Greece (ΕΣΥΕ), www.statistics.gr
^ [2].(Greek) Data from the 2001 census, at the National Statistical Service of Greece (ΕΣΥΕ), www.statistics.gr

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