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Eleftheres (Greek: Ελευθερές) is a village and a former municipality in the Kavala peripheral unit, East Macedonia and Thrace, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Pangaio, of which it is a municipal unit.[1] The seat of the municipality was Nea Peramos (pop. 2468). The other villages in this municipal unit are Agios Andreas (pop. 340), Eleftheres (pop. 1325), Elaiochori (pop. 1126), Folia] (pop. 575), Myrtofyto (pop. 484) and Nea Iraklitsa (pop. 959).

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Elaichori (older form Elaiochorion) is a village is located in the southwest of the Kavala Prefecture. The Greek name of the village, means village of olive trees.


^ Kallikratis law Greece Ministry of Interior (Greek)

Φώτης Ο.Ε., ΕΛΛΑΣ οδικοί-τουριστικοί χάρτες, 33rd edition, 2005.

Municipalities of the Kavala Prefecture


Chrysoupoli | Eleftheres | Eleftheroupoli | Filippoi | Kavala | Keramoti | Oreino | Orfani | Pangaio | Piereis | Thasos

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