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Petrota (Greek: Πετρωτά) is a village at the northernmost point of Greece, part of the municipal unit Trigono.


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It was created around 1530 by Greeks that moved there from Epirus and Malta. In the decade of 1960 its population was 5,000. In the 1970s a lot of people from Petrota migrated to western Europe, especially to Germany. Today, less than 1,000 people live there mostly engaged in agriculture.[CN]
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