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Administrative Region : Epirus
Regional unit : Ioannina

Kefalovryso (Greek: Κεφαλόβρυσο, Aromanian: Migidei, Migideia, before 1927: Μετζητιές - Metzities[1]) is a town of about 1,100 in the northern part of the Ioannina regional unit. It was the seat of the municipality of Ano Pogoni. It is situated at the foot of mount Nemertsika, near the Albanian border. It is 3 km west of Vasiliko, 12 km northeast of Delvinaki, 16 km west of Konitsa, 36 km east of Gjirokastër (Albania) and 46 km northwest of Ioannina. Most of the inhabitants are Aromanians, speaking the Aromanian language along with Greek. In Kefalovryso, one can find a primary school, a lyceum, a minor soccer team, a gymnasium, a church, a small post-office and a square in the centre with the town hall of Ano Pogoni.


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Historical population
Year Population
1981 1,062
1991 1,122
2001 1,040
History

The Greek newspaper Pigi Kefalovrysou mentioned in an article that in 1840 this village was founded by a lone tselingas (Greek for goatherd) named Nastas (Greek: ο τσέλιγκας Νάστας). Kefalovryso passed from the Ottoman Empire to Greece in 1913, during the Balkan Wars.
See also

List of settlements in the Ioannina regional unit

External links

Kefalovryso private website
http://web.archive.org/web/20021226231048/http://www.geocities.com/athens/ithaca/1473/
Kefalovriso (Greek)

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