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Administrative Region : Peloponnese
Regional unit : Messinia

  • Eva (Εύα) Messinia
  • Eva is a village in the Municipality of Messina, belongs to the Regional Unit of Messinia [1] and has 483 inhabitants, according to the 2011 Census. [2]

    Location

    Eva belongs to the Community of Eva and belongs to the Municipal Unit of Androusa, of the Municipality of Messina. It is located at an altitude of 41 meters [3] and is 18 km from Kalamata and 7 km from Messina. The name Eva comes from Mount Eva, at the foot of which the village is built. [4]

    Personalities from Eva

    Eva is the birthplace of the chiefs of the liberation war of 1821, Dimitris, Ioannis and Panagiotis Papatsonis, the poet and academic Takis Papatsonis, the poet Harry Alexiou, the playwright and writer Nikolaos Zakopoulos (1964) and the set designers Vassilis Fotopoulos (Vassilis Fotopoulos). [5]

    Administrative changes

    21-04-1835, the settlement of Naziri is designated the seat of the Municipality of Eva.
    22-04-1867, the settlement of Naziri ceases to be the seat of the Municipality of Eva.
    31-08-1912, the settlement of Naziri is detached from the Municipality of Eva and is designated seat of the Community of Nazirio.
    22-12-1927, the settlement of Naziri is renamed Eva. [6]
    04-12-1997, the settlement of Eva is detached from the Community of Eva and annexed to the Municipality of Androusi.
    07-06-2010, the settlement of Eva is detached from the Municipality of Androusis and annexed to the Municipality of Messina.

    References

    "MORIAS NOW - EVA".
    "REGISTRATION 2011 (Government Gazette 630B - 20/03/2013, p. 289)" (PDF).
    "BUK.GR - EVA".
    "TERRABOOK - EVA".
    "MESSINI MUNICIPALITY - D.E. ANDROUSAS - EVA ".
    «Ε.Ε.Τ.Α.Α. - ADMINISTRATIVE FAMILY CHANGES= EYVA (NAZIRI) ".

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