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Administrative Region : Peloponnese
Regional unit : Messinia

Piges (Πηγές) Messinia

Oi Pigés, í Pigaís, í paliótera Mikrí Anastásova, eínai éna apó ta choriá tou Dytikoú Tafgétou. Metonomástike apó Mikrí Anastásova se Pigaí, me Vasilikó Diátagma, to opoío dimosiéfthike sto FEK 306A - 22/12/1927.[1] I epísimi onomasía tou chorioú eínai: Ai Pigaí (símera "Pigés Messinías").

Apó 1-1-2011 metá tin efarmogí tou Nómou Kallikráti, apoteleí Koinótita tis Dimotikís Enótitas Kalamátas, tou Dímou Kalamátas, stin Perifereiakí Enótita Messinías.[2]

Thési

Vrísketai stin Kentrikí lekáni syllogís ton ydáton tou potamoú Nédonta kai eínai chtisméno amfitheatriká se plagiá tis oroseirás tou Malevoú[3] í Agíou Panteleímona, pou eínai éna apó ta pollá próvouna tou Vóreiodytikoú Tafgétou.

Échei ypsómetro 737 métra apó tin epifáneia tis thálassas.[4] To synantáme 2 chiliómetra metá apó to chorió Artemisía kai tin parákampsi tis 82is Ethnikís Odoú, Spártis - Kalamátas - Pýlou, pros Alagonía.
Éktasi kai Plithysmós

I Koinótita Pigón échei éktasi 11.492 strémmata kai plithysmó stin Apografí tou 2011, 87 katoíkous.[5]

I éktasi kathós kai o plithysmós apó to 1928 méchri tin Apografí tou 2011 emfanízetai ston akóloutho pínaka:
Koinótites/D. diamerísmata Strémmata 1928 1940 1951 1981 1991 2001 2011
Mikrí Anastásova (Pigaí) 11492 275 200 150 115 149 103 87
Istoría

To chorió dimiourgíthike ton 9° m.ch.aióna apó orisménes oikogéneies, oi opoíes metenkatastáthikan apó tin Megáli Anastásova lógo ton katolisthíseon pou simeióthikan ekeí.

Apó tin 1-1-2011 me tin efarmogí tou Nómou Kallikrátis, apoteleí Koinótita tis Dimotikís Enótitas Kalamátas, tou Dímou Kalamátas, me édra tin Kalamáta.[6]

Apó 1-1-1999 éos 31-12-2010 me tin efarmogí tou Nómou Kapodístrias apoteloúse Topikó Diamérisma tou Dímou Kalamátas, tou Nomoú Messinías.

Apó 31-8-1912 éos 31-12-1998, apoteloúse aftónomi Koinótita tis Eparchías Kalamón, tou Nomoú Messinías.

Apó 28-12-1836 éos 30-8-1912 apoteloúse synoikismó tou Dímou Alagonías tis Eparchías Kalamón tou Nomoú Messinías.

Apó to 130 aióna período tis Frankokratías méchri 27-12-1836, apoteloúse synoikismó ton Pisinón Chorión tis Eparchías Mystrá (Lakedaímonos).

Apó ton 9o m.ch. aióna méchri to 13o m.ch. aióna apoteloúse Synoikismó ton Koutsavón kai aníke dioikitiká sti Messinía.
Axiothéata

O Enoriakós Ierós Naós tis Agías Varváras, diatiritéo Vyzantinó mnimeío tou 1471 m.ch.

I Moní ton Agíon Apostólon (Metóchi tis Monís Mardatsíou). Símera sózetai mikró tmíma tou katholikoú tis Monís, mazí me to Ieró (Ágio Víma). I topothesía eínai ploúsia se vlástisi kai nerá.

To athlitikó kéntro sta Kerasoúlia, éna chiliómetro metá to chorió, me katéfthynsi pros Alagonía.[7]
Exoterikoí Sýndesmoi

Dímos Kalamátas

Pigés

Antónios Nikoláou Masourídis, Gymnasiárchis, Dioikitikós Sýmvoulos tou Metochikoú Tameíou ton Polit. Ypallílon, 1936, anatýposi 1994 apó ton Sýllogo Artemísion Athinón - Peiraiós "ALAGONIAKA" (Pigaí kai Voithímata sti selída 422).
"Alagonía kai Alagónioi" Tómos I & II. Agisílaou Kalamará. Ékdosi tou syllógou Alagoníon Kalamátas. Kalamáta 2001. Vivliografía sti selída 10.
"Messinía" Kalamáta 1995. Dimítri Dion. Stamatópoulou filólogou teos diefthyntí Lykeíou.
"Messiniaká 1969-1970" Mími I. Ferétou. Ékdosi 1972 apó «Aristoménis» Mavromicháli 9 Athína. Enkyklopaídeia * "Alagonía" selída 228-240 kai "Sítsova" selída 435.
"Dytiká ston Tafgeto" tómos I & II kai Vivliografía sel 344. Giórgos Petrákos.
«I zoí stin Kalamáta kai stin periochí tis» (i ellinikí eparchía) 1918-1943". Ékdosi 2001. Táki (Dim) P. Chiouréa, proédrou S.E. Topikón Organóseon (eparchiotón).
Tópoi Galínis kai Iremías (G. I. Petrákou).

Parapompés

«FEK 306A - 22/12/1927» (PDF).
«E-GO.GR - PIGES MESSINIAS».
«MARIA ILIAKI - PIGES, TO GRAFIKO CHORIO TIS MESSINIAS».
«BUK.GR - PIGES».
«APOGRAFI 2011 (FEK 630V - 20/03/2013, sel. 289)» (PDF).
«E.E.T.A.A. - DIOIKITIKES METAVOLES OIKISMOU = PIGES (MIKRI ANASTASOVA)».
«TERRABOOK - PIGES».
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Piges, or Pigais, or formerly Little Anastasova, is one of the villages of Western Taygetos. It was renamed from Mikri Anastasova to Pigai, with a Royal Decree, which was published in the Official Gazette 306A - 22/12/1927. [1] The official name of the village is: Ai Pigai (today "Piges Messinia").

From 1-1-2011, after the implementation of the Kallikratis Law, it is a Community of the Municipal Unit of Kalamata, of the Municipality of Kalamata, in the Regional Unit of Messinia. [2]

Position

It is located in the Central Water Basin of the Nedonta River and is built amphitheatrically on a slope of the Malevo mountain range [3] or Agios Panteleimon, which is one of the many problems of the Northwestern Taygetos.

It has an altitude of 737 meters above sea level. [4] We find it 2 km after the village of Artemisia and the bypass of the 82nd National Road, Sparta - Kalamata - Pylos, to Alagonia.
Area and Population

The Sources Community has an area of ​​11,492 acres and a population in the 2011 Census, 87 inhabitants. [5]

The area as well as the population from 1928 until the 2011 Census is shown in the following table:
Communities / D. apartments Stremata 1928 1940 1951 1981 1991 2001 2011
Mikri Anastasova (Pigai) 11492 275 200 150 115 149 103 87
History

The village was created in the 9th century AD by some families, who were relocated from Greater Anastasova due to the landslides that occurred there.

From 1-1-2011 with the implementation of the Law of Kallikratis, it is a Community of the Municipal Unit of Kalamata, of the Municipality of Kalamata, based in Kalamata. [6]

From 1-1-1999 to 31-12-2010 with the implementation of the Kapodistrias Law it was a Local Department of the Municipality of Kalamata, of the Prefecture of Messinia.

From 31-8-1912 to 31-12-1998, it was an autonomous Community of the Province of Kalamon, of the Prefecture of Messinia.

From 28-12-1836 to 30-8-1912 it was a settlement of the Municipality of Alagonia of the Province of Kalamon of the Prefecture of Messinia.

From the 130th period of Frankish rule until 27-12-1836, it was a settlement of the Swimming Villages of the Province of Mystras (Lacedaemon).

From the 9th AD century until the 13th AD century was a settlement of the Koutsavas and belonged administratively to Messinia.
Sights

The Parish Church of St. Barbara, a preserved Byzantine monument of 1471 AD.

The Monastery of the Holy Apostles (Metochi of the Monastery of Mardatsi). Today a small part of the katholikon of the Monastery survives, together with the Sanctuary (Agios Vima). The site is rich in vegetation and water.

The sports center in Kerasoulia, one kilometer after the village, in the direction of Alagonia. [7]
External links

Municipality of Kalamata

Sources

Antonios Nikolaou Masouridis, High School Principal, Administrative Advisor of the State Share Fund. Employees, 1936, reprint 1994 by the Association of Artemisians of Athens - Piraeus "ALAGONIAKA" (Go and Aid on page 422).
"Alagonia and Alagonians" Volume I & II. Agisilaou Kalamara. Published by the association of Alagonians of Kalamata. Kalamata 2001. Bibliography on page 10.
"Messinia" Kalamata 1995. Dimitris Dion. Stamatopoulos is a former high school philologist.
"Messinian 1969-1970" Mimi I. Feretou. 1972 edition by "Aristomenis" Mavromichali 9 Athens. Encyclopedia * "Alagonia" page 228-240 and "Sitsova" page 435.
"West in Taygetos" volume I & II and Bibliography p. 344. George Petrakos.
"Life in Kalamata and its region" (the Greek province) 1918-1943 ". Published in 2001. Taki (Dim) P. Hiourea, president of S.E. Local Organizations (provincials).
Places of Peace and Calm (G. I. Petrakou).

References

"Government Gazette 306A - 22/12/1927" (PDF).
"E-GO.GR - SOURCES OF MESSINIA".
"MARIA ILIAKI - SOURCES, THE GRAPHIC VILLAGE OF MESSINIA".
"BUK.GR - SOURCES".
"AVOID 2011 (Government Gazette 630B - 20/03/2013, p. 289)" (PDF).
«Ε.Ε.Τ.Α.Α. - ADMINISTRATIVE FAMILY TRANSFER = SOURCES (SMALL RESURRECTION) ".
"TERRABOOK - SOURCES".
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