Tropaia (Greek: Τρόπαια) is a village and a former municipality in Arcadia, Peloponnese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Gortynia, of which it is a municipal unit. Population 4,660 (2001).
Tropaia, Photo: Χρύσα Σωφρονά
- Tropaia / τα Τρόπαια [ 674 ]
- Melidonion / το Μελιδόνιον [ 60 ]
- Neochorion / το Νεοχώριον [ 208 ]
- Bertsia / η Μπερτσιά [ 15 ]
- Nea Dafni / η Νέα Δάφνη [ 112 ]
- Trani Lakka / η Τρανή Λάκκα [ 38 ]
Tropaia is a small village 84 km from Tripolis. Near the village before 1300 AD was the village Vervitsa (named so by the slavs)
Ruins of the castle Akova from the 13th century are near the villages Vyziki (Vyzikion) and Galatas.
Spatharis is a village founded around 1650. It is probably named after some who was called Spatharis derived from the name of a type of guards (Spatharios) in the Byzantine Empire.
^ Kallikratis law Greece Ministry of Interior (Greek)
Municipalities and communities of the Arcadia Prefecture
Apollonas | Dimitsana | Falanthos | Falaisia | Gortyna | Iraia | Kleitor | Kontovazaina | Korythio | Lagkadia | Leonidio | Levidi | Mantineia | Megalopoli | North Kynouria | Skyritida | Tegea | Trikolonoi | Tripoli | Tropaia | Valtetsi | Vytina
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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