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Administrative Region : Central Macedonia
Regional unit : Pella

Tsakoi (Τσάκοι) Pella

Tsakoi (until 1926 Tsakon Mahala [1]) is a village in Greece, which belongs to the municipality of Almopia, of the regional unit (former prefecture) of Pella, in the region of Central Macedonia. According to the 2011 census, the Tsakos have 961 inhabitants. They are located at an altitude of 150 meters.

History
1910s

The village had a Muslim population of Turkish origin in the early 20th century. In the 1913 census it had 682 inhabitants and in the 1920 census it had 526 inhabitants.

1920s: Population exchange

With the population exchange in 1923, the Muslims were forced to relocate to Turkey and 42 refugee families settled in the village and the settlement became purely refugee. In the 1928 census it had 337 inhabitants.

1940s

In the 1940 census its population had increased to 455. [2] The Tsaks were designated as the seat of a homonymous community which also included the settlements of Chryssa and Kato Rodonia.

1990s: Kapodistrias Program

With the Kapodistrias program, the settlement was annexed to the municipality of Aridea in 1997.

2000s

The settlements of Chryssa and Kato Rodonia were abolished in 2001. [3] [4]

2010: Kallikratis Program

With the Kallikratis program, it was annexed to the municipality of Almopia. [5]

References

"Tsakon Machala - Tsakones". Pandektis. National Documentation Center. Retrieved March 5, 2017.
"Settlements and population of the area of ​​Almopia (Moglenon)". Dimitris Lithoxou. Archived from the original on March 23, 2017. Retrieved on February 21, 2017.
"Chryssa (Pella)". Administrative changes of settlements. ΕΕΤΑΑ. Retrieved on February 21, 2017.
"Kato Rodonia (Pella)". Administrative changes of settlements. ΕΕΤΑΑ. Retrieved on February 21, 2017.

"Tsakoi (Pella)". Administrative changes of settlements. ΕΕΤΑΑ. Retrieved on February 21, 2017.

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