Lepreo (Greek: Λέπρεο, before 1916: Στροβίτζι - Strovitzi) is a village in the municipality of Zacharo, Elis, Greece. Its population in 2001 was 329 for the village and 532 for the municipal district, which includes the small villages Agrapidia, Drakos, Panagies, Revelaiika and Skoupas. It is situated on a hillside, 2 km southwest of Taxiarches, 5 km west of Nea Figaleia and 8 km southeast of Zacharo. Lepreo was named after the ancient city Lepreum. The ruins of Lepreum, 500 m north of the present village, have been excavated in 1982.
Year Population Municipal district population
1981 - 615
1991 - 499
2001 329 532
Simon Karas (1903–1999), a Greek musicologist
List of settlements in Elis
^ Name changes of settlements in Greece
Lepreo at the GTP Travel Pages
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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