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Administrative Region : Central Macedonia
Regional unit : Kilkis

Alexandra (Αλεξάνδρα) Kilkis

Alexandra is a semi-mountainous village in Kilkis in Central Macedonia at an altitude of 180 meters.

Geography - History

Alexandra is located on the border of Greece with Northern Macedonia, northeast of Lake Doirani. It is built next to the national road Thessaloniki - Doirani, between Mouria Station and Mouries. It is 33 km NW. from Kilkis and 79 km NW. from Thessaloniki. The old name of the village, during the Turkish occupation, was Erzeli or Erzeli and so it is officially mentioned in 1919 in the Government Gazette 48A-05/03/1919 to be annexed to the then community of Akintzali. It was renamed Alexandra in 1927 [2]. The village is characterized as purely refugee, since after the Balkan wars and the population exchange, the Refugee Rehabilitation Committee (EAP) installed 17 refugee families (68 people) from Pontus. According to the Kallikratis program, together with the Mouria Station, they constitute the local community of Mouria Station, which belongs to the municipal unit of Mouria of the municipality of Kilkis and according to the 2011 census has a population of 143 inhabitants. [4]
External links

Tour route of Doirani Lake


Encyclopedia Nea Domi. Athens: Tegopoulos - Maniateas. 1996. p. 25, vol.3.
"EETAA-Hellenic Society for Local Development and Local Government SA". www.eetaa.gr. Retrieved on February 16, 2019.
«Refugee Settlement - Kilkis Office | lithoksou.net ». www.lithoksou.net. Retrieved on February 16, 2019.
"Government Gazette of results of the permanent census 2011", p. 10516 (p. 42 of the pdf)

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