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Agia Kyriaki (Kemerbend)

Agia Kyriaki (Kemerbend) - has not been published yet Αγία Κυριακή (20/12/2007 v.1)

Agia Kyriaki was a village with a purely Orthodox population located in the region of Apollonias in Prousa. The village’s name derives from the name of the local church. The basic productive activity of the inhabitants was the cultivation of grain and sericulture.


Agiasmati (Altınova)

Agiasmati (Altınova) - has not been published yet Αγιασμάτι (19/12/2007 v.1)

A village opposite Mytilini (Lesvos) located at the site of ancient Attaia. It was a settlement with a mixed population of Greek speaking Orthodox and Turkish speaking Muslim inhabitants.


Agios Charalambos (Hacı Mehmet Çiftlik)

Agios Charalambos (Hacı Mehmet Çiftlik) - has not been published yet Άγιος Χαράλαμπος (20/12/2007 v.1)

The village, which was founded by the families of Margaritopoulos and Kotsigiorgos, was located in the valley of the river Araplı Dere. The origin of the inhabitants was from Epirus, Macedonia and Peloponnesus. Their basic productive activity was sericulture.



Anaku (4/7/2005 v.1) Ανακού (14/10/2005 v.1)

Anaku lay on the road that connected Neapolis (Nevşehir) with Niğde in Cappadocia. The population of the settlement, as well as the ethnic and religious composition of its districts, was mixed. In the 18th century the unsatisfactory agricultural production led the Christian male inhabitants to earn their living as migrants, following a trend noticeable to many other Cappadocian settlements.



Androniki (Endürlük)

Androniki (Endürlük) (12/12/2005 v.1) Ανδρονίκι (14/10/2005 v.1)

Village near Kaisareia (Kayseri) and Zincidere with mainly Turkish-speaking Orthodox population. The settlement's economy was based on wide-spread male migration to Ottoman urban centres.



Apeladatoi (Subaşı Ağılı)

Apeladatoi (Subaşı Ağılı) - to be assigned Απελαδάτοι (20/12/2007 v.1)

Apeladatoi is a village with an unmixed greek-orthodox population, located in the area of Apollonias, in the district of Prousa (Bursa). The main productive activities of the inhabitants were the cultivation of grain and sericulture.


Arvanitochori (Yeniköy)

Arvanitochori (Yeniköy) - to be assigned Αρβανιτοχώρι (20/12/2007 v.1)

Arvanitochori village was located on the coast of Propontis, west of Mudanya. The village was founded by Albanian families, who emigrated in the area. The inhabitants of the village were occupied in sericulture and the cultivation of grapes.



Ayasoluk - has not been published yet Αγιασολούκ (14/10/2005 v.1)

Ayasoluk was situated near the estuary of River Cayster (Küçük Menderes). The city was annexed to the Ottoman Empire in 1425. The decline of Ayasoluk started in the 16th century and was completed in the 17th century. It remained a little village until the late 19th century. After the construction of the railway line, it became a transportation centre for the villages of the region. In August 1922, the Christian Orthodox inhabitants abandoned their houses.



Aşağıköy - has not been published yet Ασαάκιοϊ (20/12/2007 v.1)

Aşağıköy was located on the slope of a mountain in the valley of Karasu (Gallos). Before the Asia Minor Catastrophe the village numbered about 350-400 families, out of which 250-300 were Orthodox. The basic productive activity of the inhabitants was sericulture.


Aşağıçobanisa (Tsobanisia)

Aşağıçobanisa (Tsobanisia) - to be assigned Τσομπανησιά (19/12/2007 v.1)

Tsobanisia village, inhabited by a greek-orthodox population, was located close to Magnesia. To all appearances, it was founded in the end of 18th century. There was a train station, and the village was connected with the railway line from Smyrna to Kasaba. The inhabitants of Tsobanisia after 1922 settled in different areas of Greece.