Pappagiannis (Greek: Παππαγιάννης; Slavic: Пополжани, Popolžani) is a village in the Florina regional unit, Greece.
It is thought that the village was founded in the 18th century.
In 1981 the village had 915 inhabitants. According to a 1993 survey, the village was a predominantly Macedonian Slavic speaking community.
^ Riki Van Boeschoten (2001). "Usage des langues minoritaires dans les départements de Florina et d’Aridea (Macédoine)". Strates 10.
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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