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Administrative Region : East Macedonia and Thrace
Regional unit : Evros


Municipality Tychero

Tychero (Greek: Τυχερό, [tiçeˈro]) is a town and a former municipality in the Evros regional unit, East Macedonia and Thrace, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Soufli, of which it is a municipal unit.[1] Population 4,103 (2001). Tychero is situated near the river Evros, which forms the border with Turkey here. The Greek National Road 51/E85 (Alexandroupoli - Orestiada - Ormenio) passes west of the town. Tychero is located south of Soufli, south-southwest of Orestiada, northwest of İpsala (Turkey), north of Feres and northeast of Alexandroupoli.


Division of the municipality

Year Village population Municipality population
1981 2,031 -
1991 2,004 4,188
2001 2,031 4,103


Under Ottoman rule Tychero was known as Bıdıklı (Greek: Μπίντικλι). After the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) it became part of Bulgaria, and it became part of Greece in 1920. It was renamed to Tychio, which was changed to the current name Tychero in 1953.[2] In February 2006 Tychero was struck by a flood of the Evros river.
External links

Tychero (municipality) on GTP Travel Pages
Tychero (town) on GTP Travel Pages


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