Greek exonyms

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Below is a list of modern-day Greek language exonyms for European places outside of Greece and Cyprus. Place names that are not mentioned are generally referred to in Greek by their respective names in their native languages, or at the closest pronunciation a Greek speaker can get. Toponyms in italics mean that although their 'proper' name in Greek is the given one, a direct transliteration (and pronunciation) is much more widespread.

Albania[edit]

  • Berat: Βεράτι /veˈrati/
  • Delvinë: Δέλβινο /ˈðelvino/
  • Durrës: Δυρράχιο /ðiˈraçio/
  • Gjirokastër: Αργυρόκαστρο /arʝiˈrokastro/
  • Korçë: Κορυτσά /koriˈtsa/
  • Krujë: Κρόια /ˈkroia/
  • Sarandë: Άγιοι Σαράντα /ˈaʝii saˈranda/
  • Shkodër: Σκόδρα /ˈskoðra/
  • Tiranë: Τίρανα /ˈtirana/
  • Vlorë: Αυλώνας /avˈlonas/

Austria[edit]

Belgium[edit]

  • Aalst: Αλόστη /aˈlosti/
  • Antwerpen: Αμβέρσα /amˈversa/
  • Brugge: Μπρυζ-Βρύγη /brizˈvriʝi/
  • Brussels: Βρυξέλλες /vriˈkseles/
  • Gent: Γάνδη /ˈɣanði/
  • Leuven: Λέουβεν /ˈleuven/
  • Liège: Λιέγη /liˈeʝi/
  • Ostend: Οστάνδη /oˈstanði/
  • Vlaanderen: Φλάνδρα /ˈflanðra/
  • Wallonie: Βαλλωνία valoˈnia/

Bulgaria[edit]

  • Burgas: Πύργος /ˈpirɣos/
  • Melnik, Bulgaria: Μελένικο /meˈleniko/
  • Nesebar: Μεσήμβρια /meˈsimvria/
  • Plovdiv: Φιλιππούπολη /filiˈpupoli/
  • Pomorie: Αγχίαλος /anˈçialos/
  • Sozopol: Σωζόπολη /soˈzopoli/
  • Tsarevo: Βασιλικό /vasiliˈko/

Croatia[edit]

  • Dubrovnik: Ραγούσα /raˈɣusa/
  • Rijeka: Ριέκα /riˈeka/
  • Split: Ασπάλαθος /aˈspalaθos/
  • Zagreb: Άγρανο /ˈaɣrano/

Czech Republic[edit]

  • Praha: Πράγα /ˈpraɣa/

Denmark[edit]

  • Jylland: Ιουτλάνδη /iutˈlanði/ or /ʝutˈlanði/
  • Fyn: Φιονία /fçoˈnia/
  • København: Κοπεγχάγη /kopenˈxaʝi/
  • Sjælland: Ζηλανδία /zilanˈðia/

Estonia[edit]

Finland[edit]

France[edit]

  • Ajaccio: Αιάκειο /eˈacio/
  • Alsace: Αλσατία /alsaˈtia/
  • Bourgogne: Βουργουνδία /vurɣunˈðia/
  • Bretagne: Βρεττάνη /vreˈtani/
  • Cherbourg: Χερβούργο /çerˈvurɣo/
  • Corse: Κορσική /korsiˈci/
  • Lorraine: Λωραίνη /loˈreni/
  • Marseille: Μασσαλία /masaˈlia/
  • Nantes: Nάντη /ˈnandi/
  • Nice: Νίκαια /ˈnicea/
  • Normandie: Νορμανδία /normanˈðia/
  • Orléans: Ορλεάνη /orleˈani/
  • Paris: Παρίσι /paˈrisi/ (older form: Παρίσιοι, /paˈrisii/)
  • Picardie: Πικαρδία /pikarˈðia/
  • Provence: Προβηγκία /provinˈɟia/
  • Reims: Ρήμες /ˈrimes/
  • Strasbourg: Στρασβούργο /strasˈvurɣo/
  • Toulouse: Τουλούζη /tuˈluzi/

Germany[edit]

  • Aachen: Ακυίσγρανο /aˈcizɣrano/
  • Augsburg: Αυγούστα /avˈɣusta/
  • Baden-Württemberg: Βάδη-Βυρτεμβέργη /ˈvaði virtemˈverʝi/
  • Bayern: Βαυαρία /vavaˈria/
  • Berlin: Βερολίνο /veroˈlino/
  • Bonn: Βόννη /ˈvoni/
  • Brandenburg: Βρανδεμβούργο /vranðemˈvurɣo/
  • Bremen: Βρέμη /ˈvremi/
  • Dresden: Δρέσδη /ˈðrezði/
  • Erfurt: Ερφούρτη /erˈfurti/
  • Frankfurt: Φραγκφούρτη /frangˈfurti/
  • Freiburg: Φρειβούργο /friˈburɣo/
  • Hamburg: Αμβούργο /amˈvurɣo/
  • Hannover: Ανόβερο /aˈnovero/
  • Hessen: Έσση /ˈesi/
  • Kiel: Κίελο /ˈcielo/
  • Köln: Κολωνία /koloˈnia/
  • Leipzig: Λειψία /lipˈsia/
  • Mainz: Μαγεντία /maʝeˈndia/
  • Magdeburg: Μαγδεβούργο /maɣðeˈvurɣo/
  • Mecklenburg-Vorpommern: Μεκλενβούργο-Δυτική Πομερανία /meklenˈvurɣo ðitiˈci pomeranˈia/
  • München: Μόναχο /ˈmonaxo/
  • Niedersachsen: Κάτω Σαξονία /ˈkato saksoˈnia/
  • Nürnberg: Νυρεμβέργη /niremˈverʝi/
  • Regensburg: Ρατισβόννη /ratiˈzvoni/
  • Rhineland: Ρηνανία /rinaˈnia/
  • Sachsen: Σαξονία /saksoˈnia/
  • Schwarzwald: Μέλας Δριμός /ˈmelas ðriˈmos/
  • Stuttgart: Στουτγκάρδη /stutˈɡarði/
  • Thüringen: Θουριγγία /θuriˈnɟia/
  • Westfalen: Βεστφαλία /vestfaˈlia/
  • Worms: Βορματία /vormaˈtia/

Ireland[edit]

  • Dublin: Δουβλίνο /ðuˈvlino/

Italy[edit]

  • Ancona: Άγκὠν /anˈgon/ or Ανκὸνα /anˈgona/
  • Catania: Κατάνη /kaˈtani/
  • Catanzaro: Κατανθέρος /katanˈθeros/
  • Crotone: Κρότωνας /ˈkrotonas/
  • Firenze: Φλωρεντία /florenˈdia/
  • Genova: Γένοβα /ˈʝenova/
  • Lazio: Λάτιο /ˈlatio/
  • Lecce: Άλήσιον /aˈlision/
  • Locri: Επιζεφύριοι Λόκροι /epizeˈfirii ˈlokri/
  • Lombardia: Λομβαρδία /lomvarˈðia/
  • Messina: Μεσσίνη /meˈsini/
  • Milano: Μιλάνο /miˈlano/
  • Napoli: Nεάπολη /neˈapoli/
  • Padua: Πάδοβα /ˈpaðova/
  • Palermo: Πάνορμος /ˈpanormos/
  • Piacenza: Πλακεντία /placenˈdia/
  • Piemonte: Πεδεμόντιο /peðeˈmondio/
  • Pisa: Πίζα /ˈpiza/
  • Pompeii: Πομπηία /pombiˈia/
  • Reggio di Calabria: Ρήγιο /ˈriʝio/
  • Roma: Ρώμη /ˈromi/
  • Sardegna: Σαρδηνία /sarðiˈnia/
  • Sicilia: Σικελία /siceˈlia/
  • Siracusa: Συρακούσες /siraˈkuses/
  • Taranto: Τάραντας /ˈtarandas/
  • Trieste: Τεργέστη /terˈʝesti/
  • Torino: Τουρίνο /tuˈrino/
  • Toscana: Τοσκάνη /tosˈkani/
  • Venezia: Βενετία /veneˈtia/
  • Vesuvio: Βεζούβιος /veˈzuvios/

Latvia[edit]

  • Riga: Ρίγα /ˈriɣa/

Luxembourg[edit]

  • Luxembourg: Λουξεμβούργο /luksemˈvurɣo/

Republic of Macedonia[edit]

  • Bitola: Μοναστήρι /monaˈstiri/
  • Debar: Δίβρη / ˈðivri/
  • Demir Hisar: Σιδηρόκαστρον /siðiˈrokastron/
  • Gevgelija: Γευγελή /ʝevʝeˈli/
  • Kruševo: Κρούσοβο / ˈkrusovo/
  • Ohrid: Οχρίδα /oˈxriða/
  • Prilep: Πρίλαπο /ˈprilapo/
  • Skopje: Σκόπια /ˈskopça/
  • Veles: Βελεσά /veleˈsa/

Malta[edit]

Moldova[edit]

  • Grigoriopol: Γρηγοριούπολη /ɣriɣoriˈupoli/
  • Tiraspol: Τυράσπολη /tiˈraspoli/

Netherlands[edit]

Poland[edit]

  • Kraków: Κρακοβία /krakoˈvia/
  • Pomorze: Πομερανία /pomeraˈnia/
  • Śląsk: Σιλεσία /sileˈsia/
  • Szczecin: Στεττίνο /steˈtino/
  • Warszawa: Βαρσοβία /varsoˈvia/

Portugal[edit]

  • Açores: Αζόρες /aˈzores/
  • Lisboa: Λισαβώνα /lisaˈvona/
  • Madeira: Μαδέρα /maˈðera/

Romania[edit]

  • Braşov: Στεφανούπολη /stefaˈnupoli/
  • Iaşi: Ιάσιο /iˈasio/
  • Bucureşti: Βουκουρέστι /vukuˈresti/

Russia[edit]

Serbia[edit]

  • Beograd: Βελιγράδι /veliˈɣraði/

Slovenia[edit]

  • Ljubljana: Λιουμπλιάνα /ʎumbliˈana/

Spain[edit]

  • Aragon: Αραγονία /araɣoˈnia/
  • Asturias: Αστουριές /astuˈries/
  • Barcelona: Βαρκελώνη /varceˈloni/
  • Cádiz: Κάντιθ /ˈkandiθ/
  • Castilla: Καστίλης /kasˈtilis/
  • Cataluña: Καταλονία /kataloˈnia/
  • Córdoba: Κόρδοβα /ˈkorðova/
  • Extremadura: Εξτρεμαδούρα /ekstremaˈðura/
  • Galicia: Γαλικία /ɣaliˈcia/
  • Granada: Γρανάδα /ɣraˈnaða/
  • Islas Baleares: Βαλεαρίδες Νήσοι /valeaˈriðes ˈnisi/
  • Islas Canarias: Κανάριες Νήσοι /kaˈnaries ˈnisi/
  • Madrid: Μαδρίτη /maˈðriti/
  • Mallorca: Μαγιόρκα /maʝorka/
  • Menorca: Μινόρκα /miˈnorka/
  • Sevilla: Σεβίλλη /seˈvili/
  • Valencia: Βαλένθια /vaˈlenθia/
  • Zaragoza: Σαραγόσα /saraˈɣosa/

Sweden[edit]

  • Göteborg: Γκέτεμποργκ /ˈɟetemborɡ/
  • Stockholm: Στοκχόλμη /stokˈxolmi/

Switzerland[edit]

  • Basel: Βασιλεία /vasiˈlia/
  • Bern: Βέρνη /ˈverni/
  • Geneva: Γενεύη /ʝeˈnevi/
  • Luzern: Λουκέρνη /luˈcerni/
  • Schwyz: Σβύτς /ˈsvits/
  • Zürich: Ζυρίχη /ziˈriçi/

Turkey[edit]

Çanakkale Province: Çanakkale ili (Greek: νομός Δαρδανέλλιων nomós Dardanélliōn; Katharevousa: νομὸς Δαρδανέλλιων nomòs Dardanélliōn).

  • Bozcaada district: Bozcaada ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Τενέδου eparchía Tenédou; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Τενέδου eparkhía Tenédou).
  • Eceabat district: Eceabat ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Μαδύτου eparchía Madýtou; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Μαδύτου eparkhía Madútou).
    • Alçıtepe:
      • until 1922: Krithia (Greek: Κριθιά Krithiá; Katharevousa: Κριθιὰ Krithià).
      • Apostor:
      • until 1922: Agioi Apostoloi (Greek: Άγιοι Απόστολοι Ágioi Apóstoloi; Katharevousa: Ἄγιοι Απόστολοι Hágioi Apóstoloi). Nowadays ruined
      • Hrisostomı:
      • until 1922: Chrisostomos (Greek: Χρυσόστομος Chrysóstomos; Katharevousa: Χρυσόστομος Khrusóstomos). Nowadays ruined
      • Vergı:
      • until 1922: Vergi (Greek: Βέργη Vérgī; Katharevousa: Βέργη Bérgē). Nowadays ruined
    • Bahçeköy
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Bakse-kioi (Greek: Βακσέ-κιοϊ Baksé-kioï; Katharevousa: Βακσὲ-κιοϊ Baksè-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kipochori (Greek: Κηποχώρι Kīpochṓri; Katharevousa: Κηποχώριον Kēpokhṓrion)
    • Behramlı
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Helikon (Ancient Greek: Ἔλικων Élikōn; Latin: Helicvm) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Virchanli (Greek: Βιρχανλή Virchanlī́; Katharevousa: Βιρχανλῆ Birkhanlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Charmoni (Greek: Χαρμονή Charmonī́; Katharevousa: Χαρμονὴ Kharmonḕ)
      • Aleksı:
      • until 1922: Agios Alexios (Greek: Άγιος Αλέξιος Ágios Aléxios; Katharevousa: Ἄγιος Αλέξιος Hágios Aléksios). Nowadays ruined
    • Beşyol
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Toursoun (Greek: Τουρσούν Toursoún; Katharevousa: Τουρσοὺν Toursoùn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Melissa (Greek and Katharevousa: Μέλισσα Mélissa)
    • Bigalı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Mpigali (Greek: Μπιγαλή Mpigalī́; Katharevousa: Μπιγαλῆ Mpigalē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Sigali (Greek: Σιγαλή Sigalī́; Katharevousa: Σιγαλὴ Sigalḕ)
    • Büyükanafarta
      • during Byzantine era (until 1354): Anobathra (Ancient Greek: Ἀνοβάθρα Anobáthra; Latin: Anobathra).
      • until 1922: Megali Anafertos (Greek: Μεγάλη Ανάφερτος Megalī Anáfertos; Katharevousa: Μεγάλη Ἀνάφερτος Megálē Anáphertos)
    • Eceabat
      • during Roman and Byzantine age (until 1354): Madytos (Ancient Greek: Μάδυτος Mádutos; Latin: Madytvs).
      • until 1922: Ma(d)ytos (Greek: Μά(δ)υτος Má(d)ytos /ˈma(ð)vtos/; Katharevousa: Μά(δ)υτος Má(d)utos)
    • Keçili
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Kitseli (Greek: Κιτσελή Kitselī́; Katharevousa: Κιτσελῆ Kitselē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kissini (Greek: Κισσίνη Kissínī; Katharevousa: Κισσίνη Kissínē)
    • Kilitbahir
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Kynos Sema (Ancient Greek: Κυνὸς Σῆμα Kunòs Sē̂ma; Latin: Cynossema) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Kilit-mpachr (Greek: Κιλίτ-μπάχρ Kilít-mpáchr; Katharevousa: Κιλὶτ-μπὰχρ Kilìt-mpàkhr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Elli (Greek: Έλλη Éllī; Katharevousa: Ἕλλη Héllē) or Kynos Sima (Greek: Κυνός Σήμα Kynós Sī́ma; Katharevousa: Κυνὸς Σῆμα Kunòs Sē̂ma )
    • Kocadere
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Kotsa-Dere (Greek: Κοτςά-Δερέ Kotsá-Deré; Katharevousa: Κοτςὰ-Δερὲ Kotsà-Derè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kylla (Greek: Κύλλα Kýlla; Katharevousa: Κύλλα Kúlla)
    • Kumköy
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Koum-kioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Κούμ-κιοϊ Koúm-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Koulia (Greek: and Katharevousa: Κούλια Koúlia)
    • Küçükanafarta
      • during Byzantine era (until 1354): Anobathra (Ancient Greek: Ἀνοβάθρα Anobáthra; Latin: Anobathra).
      • until 1922: Mikra Anafertos (Greek: Μικρά Ανάφερτος Mikrá Anáfertos; Katharevousa: Μικρὰ Ἀνάφερτος Mikrà Anáphertos)
    • Seddülbahir
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Elaious (Ancient Greek: Ἐλαιοῦς Elaioū̂s; Latin: Elævs) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Elaious (Greek: Ελαιούς Elaioús; Katharevousa: Ἐλαιοῦς Elaioū̂s) or Sent-il-mpachr (Greek: Σέντ -ίλ-μπάχρ Sént-íl-mpáchr; Katharevousa: Σὲντ-ἴλ-μπὰχρ Sènt-íl-mpàkhr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Elaious (Greek: Ελαιούς Elaioús; Katharevousa: Ἐλαιοῦς Elaioū̂s)
      • Ertuğrul
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Akrotiri (Greek: Ακρωτήρι Akrōtī́ri; Katharevousa: Ἀκρωτῆρι Akrōtē̂re) or Greko (Greek and Katharevousa: Γρέκο Gréko)
      • Tekke
      • during Ottoman administration (1354–1920) Teke (Greek: Τεκέ Teké; Katharevousa: Τεκὲ Tekè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Teues (Greek: Τευές Tefés; Katharevousa: Τευὲς Teuès)
    • Yalova
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Sestos (Ancient Greek: Σηστὸς Sēstōs; Latin: Sestvs) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Gialova (Greek and Katharevousa: Γιάλοβα Giálova)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Sistos (Greek: Σηστὸς Sīstōs; Katharevousa: Σηστὸς Sēstōs)
    • Yolağzı:
      • until 1922: Silvia (Greek: Σίλβια Sílvia; Katharevousa: Σίλβια Sílbia).
  • Gelibolu district: Gelibolu ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Καλλιπόλεως eparchía Kallipóleōs; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Καλλιπόλεως eparkhía Kallipóleōs).
    • Bayırköy
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Mpairi (Greek: Μπαΐρι Mpaḯri; Katharevousa: Μπαΐριον Mpaḯrion)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Vairi (Greek: Βαΐρι Baḯri; Katharevousa: Βαΐριον Baḯrion)
    • Bayramiç
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Mpairamitsi(o) (Greek: Μπαϊραμίτσι(ο) Mpaïramítsi(o); Katharevousa: Μπαϊραμίτσιον Mpaïramítsion)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Paschalia (Greek: Πασχαλιά Paschaliá Katharevousa: Πασχαλιὰ Paskhalià)
    • Bolayır
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Kardia (Ancient Greek: Καρδία Kardía; Latin: Cardia) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Mpolair (Greek: Μπολαΐρ Mpolaḯr; Katharevousa: Μπολαῒρ Mpolaï̀r) or Plagiari (Greek: Πλαγιάρι Plagiári; Katharevousa: Πλαγιάρου Plagiárou)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kardia (Greek and Katharevousa: Καρδία Kardía)
    • Burhanlı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Vourchanli (Greek: Βουρχανλή Vourchanlī́; Katharevousa: Βουρχανλῆ Bourkhanlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Vrochili (Greek: Βροχηνή Vrochīlī́; Katharevousa: Βροχηνὴ Brokhēlḕ)
    • Cevizli
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Dzevizli (Greek: Δζεβιζλή Dzevizlī́; Katharevousa: Δζεβιζλῆ Dzebizlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Karisos (Greek: Κάρησος Kárisos; Katharevousa: Κάρησος Kárēsos)
    • Cumalı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Dzoumanli (Greek: Δζουμαλή Dzoumalī́; Katharevousa: Δζουμαλῆ Dzoumanlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Paraskevi (Greek: Παρασκευή Paraskevī́; Katharevousa: Παρασκευὴ Paraskeuḕ)
    • Çimpe
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Tzympin (Greek: Τζύμπην Tzýmpīn; Katharevousa: Τζὺμπην Tzúmpēn)
    • Çokal
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Tsokali (Greek: Τσοκαλή Tsokalī́; Katharevousa: Τσοκαλῆ Tsokalē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Sikalis (Greek and Katharevousa: Σίκαλις Síkalis)
    • Değirmendüzü
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Pergazi(o) (Greek: Περγάζι(ο) Pergázi(o); Katharevousa: Περγάζιον Pergázion)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Pyrgio (Greek: Πύργιο Pýrgio Katharevousa: Πύργιον Púrgion)
    • Evreşe
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Afrodisia (Ancient Greek: Ἀφροδισία Aphrodisía; Latin: Aphrodisia) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Evres (Greek: Έβρες Évres; Katharevousa: Ἔβρες Ébres) or Kadi-kioi (Greek: Καδή-κιοϊ Kadī́-kioï; Katharevousa: Καδῆ-κιοϊ Kadē̂-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Afrodisia (Greek: Αφροδισία Afrodisía; Katharevousa: Ἀφροδισία Aphrodisía) or Evres (Greek: Έβρες Évres; Katharevousa: Ἔβρες Ébres)
    • Fındıklı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Angelochori (Greek: Αγγελ(λ)οχώρι Angel(l)ochṓri; Katharevousa: Ἀγγελ(λ)οχώριον Angel(l)okhṓrion) or Seitan-kioi (Greek: Σεϊτάν-κιοϊ Seïtán-kioï; Katharevousa: Σεϊτὰν-κιοϊ Seïtàn-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Angelochori (Greek: Αγγελ(λ)οχώρι Angel(l)ochṓri; Katharevousa: Ἀγγελ(λ)οχώριον Angel(l)okhṓrion)
    • Gelibolu
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Kallipolis (Ancient Greek: Καλλίπολης Kallípolis; Latin: Callipolis).
      • until 1922: Kallipolis (Greek and Katharevousa: Καλλίπολης Kallípolis /kaˈlipoli/)
    • Ilgardere
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Ourgkar-Dere (Greek: Ουργκάρ-Δερέ Ourgkár-Deré; Katharevousa: Οὐργκὰρ-Δερὲ Ourgkàr-Derè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Dravos (Greek: Δράβος Drávos; Katharevousa: Δράβος Drábos)
    • Kalealtı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Kale-Alti (Greek: Καλέ-Αλτή Kalé-Altī́; Katharevousa: Καλὲ-Ἀλτῆ Kalè-Altē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Alki (Greek: Άλκη Álkī; Katharevousa: Ἄλκη Álkē)
    • Karainebeyli
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Karna-Mveili (Greek: Καρνά-Μβεϊλή Karná-Mveïlī́; Katharevousa: Καρνᾶ-Μβεϊλῆ Karnā̂-Mbeïlē̂) or Sagos (Greek: and Katharevousa: Σάγος Ságos)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kaliros (Greek: Κάληρος Kálīros; Katharevousa: Κάληρος Kálēros)
    • Kavakköy
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Kavak (Greek: Καβάκ Kavák; Katharevousa: Καβὰκ Kabàk)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Leuki (Greek: Λευκή Lefkī́; Katharevousa: Λευκὴ Leukḕ)
    • Kavaklı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Kavakli (Greek: Καβακλή Kavaklī́; Katharevousa: Καβακλῆ Kabaklē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Chalyvi (Greek: Χαλύβη Chalývī́; Katharevousa: Χαλύβη Khalúbē)
    • Ortaköy
      • during Ancient and Roman era: Lysimachia (Ancient Greek: Λυσιμάχ(ε)ια Lusimákh(e)ia; Latin: Lysimachia).
      • until 1922: Examili (Greek: Εξαμίλι Examíli; Katharevousa: Ἑξαμίλιον Eksamilion)
    • Pazarlı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Pazarli (Greek: Παζαρλή Pazarlī́; Katharevousa: Παζαρλῆ Pazarlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Anaplos (Greek: Άναπλος Ánaplos; Katharevousa: Ἄναπλος Ánaplos)
    • Süleymaniye
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Souleimanie (Greek: Σουλεϊμανιέ Souleïmanié; Katharevousa: Σουλεϊμανιὲ Souleïmaniè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ekklisochori (Greek: Εκκλησοχώρι Ekklīsochṓri; Katharevousa: Ἐκκλησοχώριον Ekklēsochṓrion)
    • Sütlüce
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (until 1354): Aigos Potamoi (Ancient Greek: Αιγὸς Ποταμοὶ Aigòs Potamoì; Latin: Ægospotami) during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Galata(s) (Greek: Γαλατά(ς) Galatá(s); Katharevousa: Γαλατᾶς Galatā̂(s))
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Aigos Potamoi (Greek: Αιγός Ποταμοί Aigós Potamoí; Katharevousa: Αιγὸς Ποταμοὶ Aigòs Potamoì)
    • Şadıllı
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Santili (Greek: Σαντιλή Santilī́; Katharevousa: Σαντιλῆ Santilē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Sandali (Greek: Σανδάλη Sandálī; Katharevousa: Σανδάλη Sandálē)
    • Tayfurköy:
      • until 1922: Tayfiri (Greek: Ταϋφίρι Taüphíri; Katharevousa: Ταϋφύριον Taüphírion) or Tayfyri (Greek: Ταϋφύρι Taüphýri; Katharevousa: Ταϋφύριον Taüphúrion).
    • Yeniköy
      • during Ottoman age (1354–1920): Geni-kioi (Greek: Γενή-κιοϊ Genī́-kioï; Katharevousa: Γενῆ-κιοϊ Genē̂-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Neochori (Greek: Νεοχώρι Neochṓri /neoˈxori/; Katharevousa: Νεοχώριον Neokhṓrion)

Edirne Province: Edirne ili (Greek: νομός Αδριανοπόλεως nomós Adrianopóleōs; Katharevousa: νομὸς Ἀδριανοπόλεως nomòs Adrianopóleōs).

  • Edirne district: merkez ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Αδριανοπόλεως eparchía Adrianopóleōs; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Ἀδριανοπόλεως, eparchía Adrianopóleōs).
    • Ahi
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Achi(r)-kioi (Greek: Αχή(ρ)-κιοϊ Achī́r-kioï; Katharevousa: Ἀχῆ(ρ)-κιοϊ Akhē̂r-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Agra (Greek: Άγρα Ágra; Katharevousa: Ἄγρα Ágra)
    • Arnavutköy
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Arnaout-kioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Ἀρναούτ-κιοϊ Arnaoút-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kaloneri (Greek and Katharevousa: Καλονέρι Kalonéri). Nowadays ruined
    • Avarız
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chavaris (Tsiflik) (Greek: Χάβαρις (Τσιφλίκ) Chávaris (Tsiflík); Katharevousa: Χάβαρις (Τσιφλὶκ) Khábaris (Tsiphlìk))
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Chavaris (Greek: Χάβαρις Chávaris; Katharevousa: Χάβαρις Khábaris)
    • Bosna
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Mposna (Greek and Katharevousa: Μπόσνα Mpósna), Mposnakioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Μποσνάκιοϊ Mposnákioï) or Mposn(i)ochori (Greek: Μποσν(ι)οχώρι Mposn(i)ochṓri; Katharevousa: Μποσν(ι)οχῶρι Mposn(i)okhō̂ri)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Bosn(i)ochori (Greek: Βοσν(ι)οχώρι Bosn(i)ochṓri; Katharevousa: Βοσν(ι)οχῶρι Bosn(i)okhō̂ri), Visa (Greek: Βίσα Vísa; Katharevousa: Βίσα Bísa) or Vyssa (Greek: Βύσσα Výssa; Katharevousa: Βύσσα Bússa)
      • Balat
      • during Roman and Byzantine era (...-1361) Palation (Ancient Greek: Παλάτιον Palátion; Latin: Palativm) during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Mpalat (Greek and Katharevousa: Μπαλάτ Mpalát)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Palati (Greek: Παλάτι Paláti; Katharevousa: Παλάτιον Palátion) or Pedias Palatiou (Greek and Katharevousa: Πεδιάς Παλατιού Pediás Palatioú). Nowadays ruined
      • Muhtrar
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Michtrer (Greek: Μιχρέρ Michtrér; Katharevousa: Μιχρέρ Mikhtrér)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Megali Pedias (Greek: Μεγάλη Πεδιάς Megálī Pediás; Katharevousa: Μεγάλη Πεδιάς Megálē Pediás). Nowadays ruined
    • Budakdoğanca
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): (Mpountak-)Dougantzia (Greek and Katharevousa: (Μπουντάκ-)Δουγάντζια (Mpounták-)Dougántzia)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Gerani (Greek: Γεράνη Geránī; Katharevousa: Γεράνη Geránē)
    • Büyükdöllük
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Vougiouk-Doliouk (Greek: Βουγιούκ-Δολιούκ Vougioúk-Dolioúk; Katharevousa: Βουγιοὺκ-Δολιοὺκ Bougioùk-Dolioùk)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Megali Genea (Greek: Μεγάλη Γενεά Megálī Geneá; Katharevousa: Μεγάλη Γενεὰ Megálē Geneà)
    • Büyükismailce
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Mpegiouk-Ismailtze (Greek: Μπεγιούκ-Ἰσμαήλτζε Mpegioúk-Ismaī́ltze; Katharevousa: Μπεγιοὺκ-Ἰσμαῆλτζε Mpegioùk-Ismaē̂ltze)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Smilitsa (Greek and Katharevousa: Σμιλίτσα Smilítsa)
    • Değirmenyanı
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Dermen-Geni-kioi (Greek: Δερμέν-Γενή-κιοϊ Dermén-Genī́-kioï; Katharevousa: Δερμὲν-Γενῆ-κιοϊ Dermèn-Genḕ-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Myloi (Greek: Μύλοι Mýloi; Katharevousa: Μύλοι Múloi)
    • Demirhanlı
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Demirchanli (Greek: Δεμιρχανλή Demirchanlī́; Katharevousa: Δεμιρχανλῆ Demirkhanlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Sidirokastro (Greek: Σιδηρόκαστρο Sidīrókastro;Katharevousa: Σιδηρόκαστρον Sidērókastron)
    • Doyran
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Doiran (Greek: Δοϊράν Doïrán; Katharevousa: Δοϊρὰν Doïràn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Doirani (Greek: Δοϊράνη Doïranī;Katharevousa: Δοϊράνη Doïránē)
    • Edirne
      • during Anciet era: Orestias (Ancient Greek: Ὀρεστιὰς Orestiàs; Latin: Orestias). during Roman and Byzantine era (...-1361) Hadrianopolis (Ancient Greek: Ἀδριανούπολις Hadrianoúpolis; Latin: Hadrianopolis).
      • until 1922: Adrianopoli (Greek: Αδριανούπολη Adrianoúpolī /aðriaˈnupoli/ or Αντριανούπολη Antrianoúpolī; Katharevousa: Ἀδριανούπολις Hadrianoúpolis)
    • Ekmekçi
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Ekmektse-kioi (Greek: Εκμεκτσή-κιοϊ Ekmektsī́-kioï; Katharevousa: Ἐκμεκτσῆ-κιοϊ Ekmektsē̂-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Artoforo (Greek: Αρτοφόρο Artophóro;Katharevousa: Ἀρτοφόρον Artophóron)
    • Elçili
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Eltsili (Greek: Ελτσιλή Eltsilī́; Katharevousa: Ἐλτσιλῆ Eltsilē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kirykas (Greek: Κήρυκας Kī́rykas;Katharevousa: Κήρυκας Kḗrukas)
    • Eskiüyüklütatar
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Mpegiouk-Tatarkioi (Greek: Μπεγιούκ-Τατάρκιοϊ Mpegioúk-Tatárkioï; Katharevousa: Μπεγιοὺκ-Τατάρκιοϊ Mpegioùk-Tatárkioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Herakleion (Greek: Ηράκλειον Īrákleion;Katharevousa: Ἡράκλειον Īrákleion). Nowadays ruined
    • Hacıumur
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chatzi-Omar (Tsiflik) (Greek: Χατζή-Ομάρ (Τσιφλίκ) Chatzī́-Omár (Tsiflík); Katharevousa: Χατζῆ-Ὀμὰρ (Τσιφλὶκ) Khatzē̂-Omàr (Tsiflìk))
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Tomaro (Greek: Τόμαρο Tómaro; Katharevousa: Τόμαρον Tómaron)
    • Hasanağa
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chasan-Aga (Greek: Χασάν-Αgά Chasán-Agá; Katharevousa: Χασὰν-Ἀgᾶ Khasàn-Agā̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kallithea (Greek and Katharevousa: Καλλιθέα Kallithéa)
    • Hatipköy
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chatip-kioi (Greek: Χατίπ-κιοϊ Chatíp-kioï; Katharevousa: Χατίπ-κιοϊ Khatíp-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Xylokopos (Greek: Ξυλοκόπος Xylokópos; Katharevousa: Ξυλοκόπος Ksylokópos)
    • Hıdırağa
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chadir-Aga (Greek: Χαδήρ-Αγά Chadī́r-Agá; Katharevousa: Χαδὴρ-Ἀγᾶ Khadḕr-Agā̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Charauge (Greek: Χαραυγή Charaugī́; Katharevousa: Χαραυγὴ Kharaugḕ)
    • İskender
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Iskenter-kioi (Greek: Ισκεντέρ-κιοϊ Iskentér-kioï; Katharevousa: Ἰσκεντέρ-κιοϊ Iskentér-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Alexandrochori (Greek: Αλεξανδροχώρι Alexandrochṓri; Katharevousa: Ἀλεξανδροχῶρι Aleksandrokhō̂ri)
    • Karaağaç
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Kara-Agats (Greek: Καρά-Αγάτς Kará-Agáts; Katharevousa: Καρὰ-Ἀγὰτς Karà-Agàts)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Orestias (Greek: Ορεστιάς Orestiás; Katharevousa: Ὀρεστιὰς Orestiàs)
  • Lalapaşa district: Lalapaşa ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Δρογγυλίου eparchía Drongylíou; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Δρογγυλίου eparkhía Drongylíou).
    • Büyüköğünlü
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Mpougiounlou (Greek: Μπουγιουνλού Mpougiounloú; Katharevousa: Μπουγιουνλοῦ Mpougiounloū̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Vistinos (Greek: Βίστιρος Vístinos; Katharevousa: Βίστιρος Bístinos)
    • Çalıdere
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tsiali-Dere (Greek: Τσιαλή-Δερέ Tsialī́-Deré; Katharevousa: Τσιαλῆ-Δερὲ Tsialē̂-Derè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Vatorreyma (Greek: Βατόρρευμα Vatórrefma; Katharevousa: Βατόρρευμα Batórreyma)
    • Çatma
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tsiatma (Greek: Τσιατμά Tsiatmá; Katharevousa: Τσιατμᾶ Tsiatmā̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Skapani (Greek: Σκαπάνη Skapánī; Katharevousa: Σκαπάνη Skapánē)
    • Çömlekakpınar
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tsiomlek-Ak-Mpounar (Greek: Τσιομλέκ-Άκ-Μπουνάρ Tsiomlék-Ák-Mpounár; Katharevousa: Τσιομλὲκ-Ἄκ-Μπουνὰρ Tsiomlèk-Ák-Mpounàr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Nerofolia (Greek: Νεροφωλιά Nerofōliá; Katharevousa: Νεροφωλιὰ Nerophōlià)
    • Çömlekköy
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tsiomlek-kioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Τσιομλέκ-κιοϊ Tsiomlék-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Chytrades (Greek: Χυτράδες Chytrádes; Katharevousa: Χυτράδες Khutrádes)
    • Demirköy
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Demir-kioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Δεμίρ-κιοϊ Demír-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Siderio (Greek: Σιδέριο Sidério; Katharevousa: Σιδέριον Sidérion)
    • Doğanköy
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Don-kioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Δόν-κιοϊ Dón-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Pagonia (Greek: Παγωνιά Pagōniá; Katharevousa: Παγωνιὰ Pagōnià)
    • Dombay
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Dompan (Greek: Δομπάν Dompán; Katharevousa: Δομπὰν Dompàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Dompano (Greek: Δόμπανο Dómpano; Katharevousa: Δόμπανον Dómpanon)
    • Hacıdanişment
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chatzi-Danisman (Greek: Χατζή-Δανισμάν Chatzī́-Danismán; Katharevousa: Χατζῆ-Δανισμὰν Khatzē̂-Danismàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Tania (Greek and Katharevousa: Τανία Tanía)
    • Hacılar
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chatzilar (Greek: Χατζιλάρ Chatzilár; Katharevousa: Χατζιλὰρ Khatzilàr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Proskynitario (Greek: Προσκυνητάριο Proskynītário; Katharevousa: Προσκυνητάριον Proskynētárion)
    • Hamzabeyli
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chachza-Veili (Greek: Χαχζά-Βεϊλή Chachzá-Veïlī́; Katharevousa: Χαχζᾶ-Βεϊλῆ Khakhzā̂-Beïlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Vigla (Greek: Βίγλα Vígla; Katharevousa: Βίγλα Bígla)
    • Hanlıyenice
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chanli-Genitze (Greek: Χανλή-Γενιτζέ Chanlī́-Genitzé; Katharevousa: Χανλῆ-Γενιτζὲ Khanlē̂-Genitzè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Chania (Greek: Χανιά Chaniá; Katharevousa: Χανιὰ Khanià)
    • Hüseyinpınar
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chousein-Mpounar (Greek: Χουσεΐν-Μπουνάρ Chouseḯn-Mpounár; Katharevousa: Χουσεῒν-Μπουνὰρ Khouseï̀n-Mpounàr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Anario (Greek: Ανάριο Anário; Katharevousa: Ἀνάριον Anárion)
    • Kalkansöğüt
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Kalkan-Sogiout (Greek: Καλκάν-Σογιούτ Kalkán-Sogioút; Katharevousa: Καλκὰν-Σογιοὺτ Kalkàn-Sogioùt)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Aspida (Greek: Ασπίδα Aspída; Katharevousa: Ἀσπίδα Aspída)
    • Kavaklı:
      • until 1922: Kavakli (Greek: Καβακλή Kavaklī́; Katharevousa: Καβακλῆ Kabaklē̂).
    • Küçüköğünlü
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Kiotsouklou (Greek: Κιουτσουκλού Kioutsougloú; Katharevousa: Κιουτσουκλοῦ Kioutsougloū̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Mikrolofos (Greek: Μικρόλοφος Mikrólofos; Katharevousa: Μικρόλοφος Mikrólophos)
    • Lalapaşa
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Lala-Pasa (Greek: Λαλά-Πασά Lalá-Pasá; Katharevousa: Λαλᾶ-Πασᾶ Lalā̂-Pasā̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Drongylio (Greek: Δρογγύλιο Drongýlio; Katharevousa: Δρογγύλιον Drongýlion)
    • Ortakçı
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Ortaktsi (Greek: Ορτακτσή Ortaktsī́; Katharevousa: Ὀρτακτσῆ Ortaktsē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Mesochori (Greek: Μεσοχώρι Mesochṓri; Katharevousa: Μεσοχῶρι Mesokhō̂ri)
    • Ömeroba
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Omerova (Greek: Ομέροβα Omérova; Katharevousa: Ὀμέροβα Oméroba)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kefalari (Greek: Κεφαλάρι Kefalári; Katharevousa: Κεφαλάρι Kephalári)
    • Saksağan
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Saxagan (Greek: Σαξαγάν Saxagán; Katharevousa: Σαξαγὰν Saksagàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kissaros (Greek and Katharevousa: Κίσσαρος Kíssaros)
    • Sarıdanişment
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Sari-Danisman (Greek: Σαρή-Δανισμάν Sarī́-Danismán; Katharevousa: Σαρῆ-Δανισμὰν Sarē̂-Danismàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Xanthino (Greek: Ξάνθινο Xánthino; Katharevousa: Ξάνθινον Ksánthinon)
    • Sinanköy
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Pravadi (Greek: Πραβαδή Pravadī́; Katharevousa: Πραβαδῆ Prabadē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Provatoteicho (Greek: Προβατότειχο Provatóteicho; Katharevousa: Προβατότειχον Probatóteikhon)
    • Süleymandanişment
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Souleiman (Greek: Σουλεϊμάν Souleïmán; Katharevousa: Σουλεϊμὰν Souleïmàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Selinous (Greek: Σελινούς Selinoús;Katharevousa: Σελινοῦς Selinoū̂s)
    • Taşlımüsellim
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tasli-Mouselim (Greek: Τασλή-Μουσελήμ Taslī́-Mouselī́m; Katharevousa: Τασλῆ-Μουσελὴμ Taslē̂-Mouselḕm)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Petrochori (Greek: Πετροχώρι Petrochṓri; Katharevousa: Πετροχώριον Petrokhṓrion)
    • Tuğlalık
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Touglalik (Greek: Τουγλαλήκ Touglalī́k; Katharevousa: Τουγλαλὴκ Touglalḕk)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Plinthio (Greek: Πλίνθιο Plínthio; Katharevousa: Πλίνθιον Plínthion)
    • Uzunbayır
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Ouzoun-Mpair (Greek: Ουζούν-Μπαΐρ Ouzoún-Mpaḯr; Katharevousa: Οὐζοὺν-Μπαῒρ Ouzoùn-Mpaï̀r)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Aniforia (Greek: Ανηφοριά Anīphoriá; Katharevousa: Ἀνηφοριὰ Anēphorià)
    • Vaysal
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Vaisal (Greek: Βαΐσαλ Vaḯsal; Katharevousa: Βαΐσαλ Baï̀sal)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Visaltai (Greek: Βησάλται' Vīsáltai; Katharevousa: Βησάλται' Bēsáltai)
    • Yünlüce
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Chouloutze (Greek: Χουλουτζέ Chouloutzé; Katharevousa: Χουλουτζὲ Khouloutzè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Chalazio (Greek: Χαλάζιο Chalázio; Katharevousa: Χαλάζιον Khalázion)
  • Meriç district: Meriç ilçesi
    • Akçadam: Λουλού-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Λιλὴ
    • Akıncılar: Δραγκὶς
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δραγάτσι
    • Karahamza: Καράμζα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καρτερία
    • Kavaklı: Καβακλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καλύκη
    • Olacak: Ὀλατζιὰκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Παρδαλὸς
    • Paşayenice: Πασᾶ-Γενιτζὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κριθιὰ
    • Rahmanca: Ραχμάντζα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ραφάνη
    • Saatağacı: Σαὰτ-Ἀγατσῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Πλάτανος
    • Yakupbey: Γιακοὺπ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σιταριὰ
  • Süloğlu district: Süloğlu ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Ασβεστοχωρίου eparchía Asvestochōríou; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Ἀσβεστοχωρίου eparkhía Asbestokhōríou).
    • Akardere
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Akar-Dere (Greek: Ακάρ-Δερέ Akár-Deré; Katharevousa: Ἀκὰρ-Δερὲ Akàr-Derè)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Reumatia (Greek: Ρευματιά Refmatià; Katharevousa: Ρευματιὰ Reumatià)
    • Büyükgerdelli
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Mega Gkerdeli (Greek: Μέγα Γκερδελή Méga Gkerdelī́; Katharevousa: Μέγα Γκερδελῆ Méga Gkerdelē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Megalochori (Greek: Μεγαλοχώρι Megalochṓri; Katharevousa: Μεγαλοχῶρι Megalokhō̂ri)
    • Domurcalı
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Domourtzali (Greek: Δομουρτζαλή Domourtzalī́; Katharevousa: Δομουρτζαλῆ Domourtzalē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Voliko (Greek: Βολικό Volikó; Katharevousa: Βολικὸν Bolikòn)
    • Geçkinli
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Ketskenli (Greek: Κετσκενλή Ketskenlī́; Katharevousa: Κετσκενλῆ Ketskenlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Palaio (Greek: Παλαιό Palaió; Katharevousa: Παλαιὸν Palaiòn)
    • Keramettin
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Keramedin (Greek: Κεραμεδίν Keramedín; Katharevousa: Κεραμεδὶν Keramedìn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kemidrio (Greek: Κεμίδριο Kemídrio; Katharevousa: Κεμίδριον Kemídrion)
    • Küküler
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Kioukiler (Greek: Κιουκιλέρ Kioukilér; Katharevousa: Κιουκιλὲρ Kioukilèr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Riziko (Greek: Ριζικό Rizikó; Katharevousa: Ριζικὸν Rizikòn)
    • Sülecik
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Soule-kioi (Greek and Katharevousa: Σουλέ-κιοϊ Soulé-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kalathochori (Greek: Καλαθοχώρι Kalathochṓri; Katharevousa: Καλαθοχώριον Kalathochṓrion)
    • Süloğlu
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Soule-Oglou (Greek: Σουλέ-Ογλού Soulé-Ogloú; Katharevousa: Σουλὲ-Ὀγλοῦ Soulè-Ogloū̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Asvestochori (Greek: Ασβεστοχώρι Asvestochṓri; Katharevousa: Ἀσβεστοχῶρι Asbestokhō̂ri)
    • Taşlısekban
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tasli-Sigmpan (Greek: Τασλή-Σιγμπάν Taslī́-Sigmpán; Katharevousa: Τασλῆ-Σιγμπὰν Taslē̂-Sigmpàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Stratolithos (Greek and Katharevousa: Στρατόλιθος Stratólithos)
    • Tatarlar
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Tatarlar (Greek: Ταταρλάρ Tatarlár; Katharevousa: Ταταρλὰρ Tatarlàr)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Pezoporos (Greek and Katharevousa: Πεζοπόρος Pezopóros)
    • Yağcılı
      • during Ottoman age (1361–1920): Giagtzili (Greek: Γιαγτζηλή Giagtzīlī́; Katharevousa: Γιαγτζηλῆ Giagtzēlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Theofilochori (Greek: Θεοφιλοχώρι Theophilochṓri; Katharevousa: Θεοφιλοχῶρι Theophilokhō̂ri)
  • Uzunköprü district: Uzunköprü ilçesi
    • Altınyazı: Χαραλὰ-Γκιουνὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γαρέλλα
    • Aslıhan: Ἀσλαχὰν
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Λεοντάριον
    • Başağıl: Μάνδρα
    • Bayramlı: Τύρναβον
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ταυρόκωμον
    • Beykonağı: Παλάτι or Μπέη Κονὰκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Διλιανὸν
    • Bıldır: Μπιλδὴρ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Πρῖνος
    • Çakmakköy: Τσακμάκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Τσακμάκι
    • Çalıköy: Τσιαλῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Παληοῦρι
    • Çiftlikköy: Τσιφλὶκ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Τσιφλικάκι
    • Çobanpınarı: Τσιομπὰν-Μπουνὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Στάνη
    • Çöpköy: Τσιόπ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γεωργιούπολις
    • Değirmenci: Δεϊρμεντζῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μυλωνάδες
    • Dereköy: Δερέ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μοναστηράκιον
    • Elmalı: Ἐρμενί-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἄρμενα
    • Hamidiye: Χαμηδιὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Χορταριὰ
    • Hamitli: Χιμιτλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Χυμὸς
    • Harmanlı: Χαρμανλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἁλωνάκι
    • Hasanpınar: Χασὰν-Μπουνὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Πηγάδια
    • Kadıağılı: Καδῆ-Γκαλᾶ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κατύχαλα
    • Kadıköy: Βέργη or Καδήκιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Εἰρηνικὸν
    • Karapınar: Καρᾶ-Μπουνὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μαυροπήγαδον
    • Karayayla: Καραγιαϊλὰ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καρέγλη
    • Kavacık: Καβατζὴκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922):Μαγούλα
    • Kırcasalih: Ζαλοὺφ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ζαλούφιον
    • Kırkkavak: Κίρκ-Καβὰκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Λεῦκες
    • Kırköy: Κίρ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀμυγδαλιὰ
    • Kurdu: Κουρδὶ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δανιήλειον
    • Kurtbey: Κοὺρτ-Μπέη
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γάζα
    • Kurttepe: Κοὺρτ-Τεπὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Λυκοβούνιον
    • Malkoçköy: Μαλκὸτς
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γραβιὰ
    • Meşeli: Μεσελῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δρῦς
    • Muhacirkadı: Μουχατζὶκ or Καδήκιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καρυὰ
    • Ömerbey: Ὀμὲρ Μπέη
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κεφαλάρι
    • Övenler: Τσόγγαρα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μένθη
    • Saçlımüsellim: Σατσλῆ-Μουσελὴμ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καλαμωτὴ
    • Salarlı: Παλάτια or Σαλαρλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σαλαρὴ
    • Sazlımalkoç: Σαζλῆ-Μαλκὸτς
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καλαμάτα
    • Sığırcılı: Σιγιρτζιλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μέλισσα
    • Sultanşah: Σουλτὰν-Σιὰχ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Βασιλικὰ
    • Süleymaniye: Τσιγγενὲ-Μερασὶ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μοιρασιὰ
    • Turnacı: Τούρνατζη
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γεράνιον
    • Uzunköprü: Οὐζοὺν-Κιοπροῦ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μακρὰ Γέφυρα
    • Yağmurca: Κεξαμπὸλ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καστανιὰ
    • Yeniköy: Γενῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Νεοχῶρι

Kırklareli Province: Kırklareli ili

  • Babaeski district: Babaeski ilçesi
    • Ağayeri: Ἀγᾶ-Γερῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γερῆ
    • Alpullu: Ἄλπολου
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀλόπη
    • Babaeski: Ἐλευθεραὶ or Μπαμπᾶ Ἐσκῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀρτισκὸς
    • Büyük Mandıra: Μάνδρα.
    • Çavuşköy: Τσαούς-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μανούσιον
    • Çengerli: Τσεγγερλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀγγελῆ
    • Çiğdemli: Τσιφιλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Φυλὴ
    • Düğüncülü: Δογάντζαλη
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Διοβούνιον
    • Erikleryurdu: Ἐρεκλὲρ-Γιορντοῦ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἐρικιὰ
    • Hazinedar: Χαζνατὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Χαρμιόνη
    • Kadıköy: Καδῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κάδη
    • Karabayır: Καρᾶ-Μπαῒρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μαυροβούνιον
    • Karacaoğlan: Καρατζασλὰν
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καραβιὰ
    • Katranca: Κατράντζα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κατράνη
    • Kuleli: Κούλελι
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Νίκισσα
    • Kumrular: Κομρουλὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Περιστέριον
    • Kuzuçardağı: Κουζοῦ-Τσαρδὰκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καψάλα
    • Minnetler: Μινετλὲρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μελικὴ
    • Müsellim: Μουσελὴμ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μουσοχώριον
    • Nacak: Νατζὰκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Νασάκιον
    • Nadırlı: Ναδιρλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καλλονὴ
    • Sinanlı: Συνανλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σινάλη
    • Sofuhalil: Σοφοῦ-Χαλὴλ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σοφοῦ
    • Taşağıl: Τὰς-Ἀγὴλ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἄσυλον
    • Taşköprü: Τὰς-Κιοπροῦ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Τάσσος
    • Terzili: Τερζιλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Τερσηνὴ
    • Yeniköy: Γενῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀέτιον
    • Yenimahalle: Γενῆ-Μαχαλὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Βαθύλειμον
  • Lüleburgaz district: Lüleburgaz ilçesi
    • Ahmetbey: Ἀχμὲτ-Βέη
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Στρατηγεῖον
    • Akçaköy: Ἀκτσέ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀσβέστη
    • Ayvalı: Ἀϊβαλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κύδωνες
    • Büyükkarıştıran: Μέγα Καρυστιρὰν
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μεγάλη Δριζυπάρα
    • Celaliye: Γιουβάν-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Γιάννινα
    • Çengelli: Τσεγκλερλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀγγίστριον
    • Çeşmekolu: Τσεσμὲ-Κολοῦ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κολλίνα
    • Çiftlikköy: Τσιφλὶκ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Βερωνὴ
    • Davutlu: Δαουτλοῦ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δαυλὸς
    • Emirali: Ἐμὶρ-Ἀλῆ or Ἰμραλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δασοχώριον
    • Evrensekiz: Ἐβρὲν-Σεκὴζ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἰτέα
    • Karaağaç: Καραγὰτς
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καραγὸς
    • Karamusul: Καρᾶ-Μουσοὺλ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μαυρόγεια
    • Kayabeyli: Καλιᾶ-Μπεϊλῆ or Καϊμπελῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καψάμπελα
    • Kırıkköy: Κιρὶκ-Μουσᾶ or Κρίκιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κοντάδεστος
    • Küçükkarıştıran: Μικρὸ Καρυστιρὰν
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μικρὰ Δριζυπάρα
    • Lüleburgaz: Ἀρκαδιούπολης.
    • Müsellim: Μουσελὴμ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καταφυλὴ
    • Oklalı: Ὀκλακλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ὀκλάδες
    • Ovacık: Κούμσαϊκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σαΐττα
    • Seyitler: Σεϊτλὲρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μαρτύριον
    • Tatarköy: Τατὰρ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ξάνθος
    • Turgutbey: Τοὺρ-Βέη
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Τέαρος
    • Umurca: Ὀμούρτζα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μύριννα
  • Pehlivanköy district: Pehlivanköy ilçesi
    • Doğanca: Δογάντζα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δογάδες
    • İmampazarı: Ἰμὰμ-Παζὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀμάδες
    • Kuştepe: Κοὺς-τεπὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀκουστὴ
    • Pehlivanköy: Παυλῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Παυλοχώριον
    • Yeşilova: Μπουρουνσοὺζ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Πουρναριὰ
    • Yeşilpınar: Τιλκῆ-Μπουνὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Τελικὴ
  • Pınarhisar district: Pınarhisar ilçesi
    • Kurudere: Κουροῦ-Δερὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κουρούνα

Tekirdağ Province: Tekirdağ ili (Greek: νομός Ραιδεστού nomós Raidestoú; Katharevousa: νομὸς Ραιδεστοῦ nomòs Raidestoū̂).

  • Çerkezköy district: Çerkezköy ilçesi
    • Bahçeağıl: Μπαχτσὲ-Ἀγὴλ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἄζηλον
    • Çerkezköy: Τσερκέζ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κουπέριον
    • Kapaklı: Καπακλῆ-Μπουνὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κανάλιον
    • Karaağaç: Καρᾶ-Ἀγὰτς
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καραβᾶς
    • Karlı: Καρλῆ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κοράλλιον
    • Kızılpınar: Κιζὴλ-Μπουνὰρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Πηγαὶ
    • Pınarca: Μπουνάρτζα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀνάργια
    • Uzunhacı: Οὐζοὺν-Χατζῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ὀζόνη
    • Yanıkağıl: Γιαννὴκ-Ἀγὶλ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀργίλη
  • Çorlu district: Çorlu ilçesi
    • Ahimehmet: Ἀχήρ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἄχυρα
    • Misinli: Μουσινλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μεσσήνη
    • Paşaköy: Πασᾶ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Κρυφονέριον
  • Saray district: Saray ilçesi
    • Ayvacık: Αϊβατζὴκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀήττητον
    • Bahçedere: Μπαχτσὲ-Δερὲ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δάρα
    • Büyükyoncalı: Μπουγιοὺκ-Μανίκα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μεγάλη Μανούκα
    • Çayla: Τσαϊλὰ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καήλα
    • Çukuryurt: Τσιουκοὺρ-Γιοὺρτ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ζακούριον
    • Demirler: Δεμιρλὲρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δημούλη
    • Edirköy: Ἐδίρ-κιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Δίρκη
    • Göçerler: Γκιουρτζελὲρ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σφύρα
    • Güngörmez: Γκιοὺν-Γκιορμὲζ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ἀνήλιον
    • Kadıköy: Καδήκιοϊ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καλὴ
    • Karabürçek: Καρᾶ-Μπεζλὲκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Διάβα
    • Kavacık: Καβατζὶκ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Λεύκη
    • Küçükyoncalı: Κιουτσοὺκ-Μανίκα
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Μικρὰ Μανούκα
    • Osmanlı: Ὀσμανλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ὁμαλὴ
    • Sefaalan: Σεφὰ-Ἀλὰν
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σέφαλος
    • Sinanlı: Συνανλῆ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Σινᾶς
    • Sofular: Σοφουλὰρ-Σεχρᾶ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Ζαφύριον
    • Yuvalı: Γουβαλὴ
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Καλημέριον
  • Şarköy district: Şarköy ilçesi (Greek: επαρχία Περιστάσεως eparchía Peristáseōs; Katharevousa: ἐπαρχία Περιστάσεως eparkhía Peristáseōs).
    • Bulgur
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Mpoulgouri (Greek: Μπουλγούρη Mpolgoúrī; Katharevousa: Μπουλγούρη Mpoulgoúrē)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Polydori (Greek: Πολυδώρη Polydṓrī Katharevousa: Πολυδώρη Poludṓrē)
    • Çengelli
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Tsigkirli (Greek: Τσιγκιρλή Tsigkirlī́; Katharevousa: Τσιγκιρλῆ Tsigkirlē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Chalkanthi (Greek: Χαλκάνθη Chalkánthī Katharevousa: Χαλκάνθη Khalkánthē)
    • Eriklice
      • during Ancient, Roman and Byzantine era (...-1362) Herakleia Peristaseos (Ancient Greek: Ηράκλεια Περιστάσεως Hērákleia Peristáseōs; Latin: Heraclea Peristasis) during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Heracleitsa (Greek: Ηρακλείτσα Īrakleítsa; Katharevousa: Ἡρακλείτσα Hērakleítsa)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Herakleitsa Peristaseos (Greek: Ηρακλείτσα Περιστάσεως Īrakleítsa Peristáseōs; Katharevousa: Ἡρακλείτσα Περιστάσεως Hērakleítsa Peristáseōs)
    • İshaklı
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Isaakli (Greek: Ισαακλή Isaaklī́; Katharevousa: Ἰσαακλῆ Isaaklē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Agios Ioannis (Greek: Άγιος Ιωάννης Ágios Iōánnīs Katharevousa: Ἅγιος Ἰωάννης Hágios Iōánnēs)
    • Kızılcaterzi
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Kiziltza-Terzi (Greek: Κιζηλτζά-Τερζή Kizīltzá-Terzī́; Katharevousa: Κιζηλτζᾶ-Τερζῆ Kizēltzā̂-Terzē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Trausoi (Greek: Τραυσοί Trafsoí Katharevousa: Τραυσοὶ Trausoì)
    • Kocaali
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Kotsa-Ali (Greek: Κοτςά-Αλή Kotsá-Alī́; Katharevousa: Κοτςᾶ-Ἀλῆ Kotsā̂-Alē̂)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Elpis (Greek: Ελπίς Elpís Katharevousa: Ἐλπὶς Elpìs)
    • Palamut
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Palamout (Greek and Katharevousa: Παλαμούτ Palamoút)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Dryinochori (Greek: Δρυϊνοχώρι Dryïnochṓri; Katharevousa: Δρυϊνοχώριον Druïnokhṓrion)
    • Sofuköy
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Sofi-kioi (Greek: Σοφί-κιοϊ Sofí-kioï; Katharevousa: Σοφί-κιοϊ Sophí-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Sofiko (Greek: Σοφικό Sofikó Katharevousa: Σοφικὸν Sophikòn)
    • Ulaman
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Oulaman (Greek: Ουλαμάν Oulamán; Katharevousa: Οὐλαμὰν Oulamàn)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Oulamos (Greek: Ουλαμός Oulamós; Katharevousa: Οὐλαμὸς Oulamòs)
    • Yayaağaç
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Giagiats (Greek: Γιαγιάτς Giagiàtś; Katharevousa: Γιαγιὰτς Giagiàts)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Kalodendro (Greek: Καλόδενδρο Kalódendro Katharevousa: Καλόδενδρον Kalódendron)
    • Yeniköy
      • during Ottoman age (1362-1920) Geni-kioi (Greek: Γενή-κιοϊ Genī́-kioï /neoˈxori/; Katharevousa: Γενῆ-κιοϊ Genē̂-kioï)
      • during Greek administration (1920–1922): Neochori (Greek: Νεοχώρι Neochṓri Katharevousa: Νεοχώριον Neokhṓrion)

Towns[edit]

  • Afyonkarahisar
    • during Roman and Byzantine era (until 1071): Akroinon (Ancient Greek: Ακροϊνόν Akroïnón; Latin: Acrinivm) or Nikopolis (Ancient Greek: Νικόπολις Nikópolis; Latin: Nicopolis)
    • during Ottoman age (1392–1920): Afyon (Greek: Αφιόν Afión) or Afyon Karachisar (Greek: Αφιόν Καραχισάρ Afión Karachisár). In Greek: Ακροϊνός Akroïnós, Ακρωϊνός Akrōïnós or Νικόπολη Nikópolī
  • Adana: Άδανα
  • Ahmetbeyli: Νότιον
  • Akçay: Άστυρα or Άστειρα
  • Akhisar: Θυάτειρα /θiˈatira/
  • Akşehir: Φιλομέλιον /filoˈmelion/
  • Alaçatı: Αλάτσατα /aˈlatsata/
  • Alanya: Καλονόρος /kaloˈnoros/ or Κορακεσιο Καλο(ν)όρος
  • Alaşehir: Φιλαδέλφεια /filaˈðelfia/
  • Aliağa: Αλιαγάς
  • Altınova: Αγιασμάτι
  • Altınsivrisi: Εύθηνα
  • Anamur: Αναμούριον /anaˈmurion/
  • Ankara: Άγκυρα /ˈanɟira/
  • Antakya: Αντιόχεια /andiˈoçia/
  • Antalya: Αττάλεια /atˈalia/
  • Araphisar: Αλάβανδα
  • Arnavutköy: Μέγα Ρέυμα /ˈmeɣa ˈrevma/
  • Asar: Βαργύλια or Άνδανος
  • Asardağ: Κίλδαρα
  • Asarnik: Άμος
  • Avcılar: Άνταδρος
  • Aydın: Αϊδίνιο /aiˈðinio/
  • Ayvalık: Αϊβαλί /aivaˈli/
  • Babaeski: Αρτεσκός /arteˈskos/, Βουργουδισσός or Καβύλη
  • Bakırköy: Μακροχώρι /makroˈxori/
  • Baklaburun: Καρδία
  • Balıkesir: Μπαλούκ Εσέρ or Αδριανού Θήρα(ι)
  • Bandırma: Πάνορμος /ˈpanormos/ or Πάντερμο
  • Basiskele: Αστακός
  • Bayır: Σύρνα
  • Bayraklı: Παλαιά Σμύρνη
  • Bayramiç
    • during Ancient and Roman era: Kebren(e) (Ancient Greek: Κεβρήν(η) Kebrḗn(ē); Latin: Cebrene), Kebrena (Ancient Greek: Κέβρηνα Kébrēna; Latin: Cebrena), Kebrenia (Ancient Greek: Κεβρηνία Kebrēnía; Latin: Cebrenia) or Antiokheia tes Troados (Ancient Greek: Ἀντιόχεια τῆς Τρωάδος Antiokheia tē̂s Trōádos; Latin: Antiochia in Troade)
    • during Ottoman age (until 1920): Mpairamitsi(o) (Greek: Μπαϊραμίτσι(ο) Mpaïramítsi(o); Katharevousa: Μπαϊραμίτσιον Mpaïramítsion)
  • Behramkale: Άσσος /ˈasos/
  • Bergama: Πέργαμος /ˈperɣamos/
  • Beypazarı: Λαγάνια or Αναστασιοπολη
  • Biga: Πίγας /ˈpiɣas/ or Πηγές
  • Bilecik: Βηλόκωμα
  • Bodrum: Αλικαρνασσός /alikarnaˈsos/ or Δωρική
  • Bornova: Μπορνόβας /mporˈnovas/
  • Bursa: Προύσα /ˈprusa/
  • Çandarlı: Πιτανη (Αιολίδα)
  • Çankırı: Γάγγρα /ɣˈanɟra/
  • Çeşme: Κρήνη /ˈkrini/
  • Dikili: Δεκελί /ðeceˈli/
  • Edremit: Άδραμύττιον /aðraˈmition/
  • Enez: Αίνος /ˈenos/
  • Erdek: Αρτάκη /arˈtaci/ or Απτάκη /apˈtaci/, a predominantly othodox Greeks city, with minorities of Muslim Greeks, Muslim Turks, circassians, Armenians and Jews; it had a cathedral of the metropolite (Άγιος Νικόλαος), two churches (Θεοτόκος and Μεταμορφώσεως) and seven chapels (Αγία Παρασκευή, Άγιος Χαραλάμπους, Άγιος Ανδρέα or Αντριά, Άγιοι Απόστολοι, Αϊ Λια, Αϊ Συμιού or Συμεών and Αγία Σωτήρα).
    • Aşağıyapıcı: Άνω Νεοχώρι or Άνω Καινούργιο Χωριό, a purely orthodox village with a mixed population of Grecomans (from Macedonia and Bulgaria) and Karamanlides.
    • Balıklı: Σκοπιά or Σκουπιά
    • Ballıpınar: Λαγκάδα or Λαγγάδα
    • Belkıs: Νεοχώρι
    • Çakılköy: Μηχανιώνα, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it had two churches (Σωτήρος and Άγιος Πνεύματος).
    • Çayağzı: Διαβατή, a mixed orthodox Greeks and Muslim Greeks village; it had a church (Κοίμηση της Θεοτόκου) and a mosque.
    • Çeltikçi: Κούκουρο
    • Doğanlar: Δρακούντα, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it was divided into two quartiers (Άνω Δρακούντα and Κάτω Δρακούντα), had a church (Άγιος Δημήτριος) and a monastery (Αγία Τριάδα).
    • Hamamlı: Χαμαμλί
    • Harmanlı: Αυλώνα or Κύζικος
    • İlhanköy: Χαράκι, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it had two churches (Υπεραγίας Θεοτόκου and Κοιμήσεως της Θεοτόκου in Καστράκι) and two monasteries (Άγιος Γεώργιος and Άγιοι Απόστολοι in Φαφλιμή).
    • Karşıyaka: Πέραμος, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it was divided into two quartiers (Άγιος Δημήτριος and Άγιος Γεώργιος) and had four churches (Άγιος Γεώργιος, Άγιος Δημήτριος, Παναγία and Ταξιάρχες) and a monastery (Άγιος Γεώργιος της Δάφνης).
    • Kestanelik: Καστέλλι or Καστέλλιον, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it was divided into two quartiers (Κατσούρι and Μώλος) and had two churches (Άγιος Νικόλαος and Αγία Πελαγία).
    • Narlı: Ρόδα, a mixed orthodox Greeks and Muslim Turks; it had two churches (Άγιος Δημήτριος and Αγία Παρασκευή) and a mosque.
    • Ocaklar: Γωνιά, a purely orthodox Greeks viilage; it had two churches (Κοίμηση της Θεοτόκου and Άγιος Δημήτριος) and one monastery (Άγιος Γεώργιος ).
    • Ormanlı: Κατάτοπος, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it had a church (Άγιος Βασιλέως) and four monasteries (Παναγία της Λεβεντιανής, Παναγία της Αόξω, Αγία Τριάδα and Αγία Άννα or Αγιανάννας).
    • Paşalimanı: Πασά Λιμάνι, Πασαλιμάνι or Αλώνη
    • Poyrazlı: Βόρι or Βώρυ
    • Tatlısu: Αρμενοχώρι
    • Turan: Βαθύ, a purely orthodox Greeks village; it had a church (Αγία Παρασκευή) and two monasteries (Αγία Τριάδα and Παναγία Φανερωμένη).
    • Tuzla: Χουχλιά
    • Yukarıyapıcı: Κάτω Νεοχώρι or Κάτω Καινούργιο Χωριό, a purely orthodox village with a mixed population of Grecomans (from Macedonia and Bulgaria) and Karamanlides; it had a church (Ζωοδόχο Πηγή).
  • Fethiye: Μάκρη /ˈmakri/
  • Foça: Φώκαια /ˈfokaia/
  • Gelibolu: Καλλίπολη /kaˈlipoli/
  • Gemlik: Κίος /ˈcios/
  • Giresun: Κερασούντα /ceraˈsunta/
  • Gölyazı: Απολλώνια /apoˈlonia/
  • Gümüşçay
    • during Ottoman age (until 1920): Ntimetoka (Greek and Katharevousa: Ντιμετόκα Ntimetóka)
    • during Greek occupation (1921–1922): Didymoteicho (Greek: Διδυμότειχο Didymóteicho; Katharevousa: Διδυμότειχον Didumóteikhon)
  • Hayrabolu: Χαριόπολη /xariˈopoli/
  • Ildırı: Ερυθράη /eriˈθrai/
  • Isparta: Σπάρτη Πισιδίας /ˈsparti pisiˈðias/
  • İnebolu: Ινέπολις /iˈnepolis/
  • İlyasköy
    • during Ottoman age (until 1920): Ilias-kioi (Greek: Ἰλιάς-κιοϊ Iliás-kioï; Katharevousa: Ἰλιὰς-κιοϊ Iliàs-kioï)
    • during Greek occupation (1921–1922): Agios Ilias (Greek: Ἅγιος Ἠλίας Ágios Īlías Katharevousa: Ἅγιος Ἠλίας Hágios Hēlías)
  • İpsala: Κυψέλα /ciˈpsela/
  • İskender
    • during Ottoman age (until 1920): Iskenter-kioi (Greek: Ισκεντέρ-κιοϊ Iskentér-kioï; Katharevousa: Ἰσκεντέρ-κιοϊ Iskentér-kioï)
    • during Greek occupation (1921–1922): Alexandros (Greek: Αλέξανδρος Aléxandros; Katharevousa: Ἀλέξανδρος Aléksandros)
  • İskenderun: Ἀλεξανδρέττα /aleksanˈðreta/
  • İstanbul: Κωνσταντινούπολη /konstandiˈnupoli/
  • İzmir: Σμύρνη /ˈzmirni/
  • İzmit: Νικομήδεια /nikoˈmiðia/
  • İznik: Νίκαια /ˈnikaia/
  • Kadiköy: Χαλκηδώνα /xalciˈðona/
  • Karacabey: Μίκαλικ /ˈmikalik/
  • Karadeniz Ereğli: Ήράκλεια η Ποντική /iˈraklia i pontiˈci/
  • Kaş: Αντίφελλος /anˈdifelos/
  • Kayseri: Καισάρεια /kaiˈsaria/
  • Kemalpaşa: Νύμφαιον /ˈnimfaion/
  • Keşan: Kισσός /ciˈsos/
  • Kırklareli: Σαράντα Εκκλησιές /saˈranda ekliˈsçes/
  • Konya: Ἰκόνιο /iˈkonio/
  • Kütahya
    • during Roman and Byzantine era (until 1071): Kotya(e)ion (Ancient Greek: Κοτύαιον Kotúaion or Κοτυάειον Kotuáeion; Latin: Cotyaevm)
    • during Ottoman age (1392–1920): Kioutacheia (Greek: Κιουτάχεια Kioutácheia). In Greek: Κοτύλαιον Kotýlaion
  • Lapseki: Λάμψακος /ˈlampsakos/
  • Lüleburgaz: Αρκαδιουπολη /arkaðiˈupoli/
  • Malkara: Μάλγαρα /ˈmalɣara/
  • Manisa: Μαγνησία /maɣniˈsia/
  • Marmara: Προκόννησος, Προικόνησος or Μαρμαράς
  • Marmara Ereğlisi: Ήράκλεια /iˈraklia/
  • Menemen: Μενεμένη /meneˈmeni/
  • Mersin: Μερσίνη /merˈsini/
  • Mustafakemalpaşa: Κιρμάστη /cirˈmasti/
  • Mustafapaşa: Σίνασος /ˈsinasos/
  • Ordu: Κοτύωρα /koˈtiora/
  • Rize: Ριζούντα /riˈzunda/
  • Samsun: Σαμψούντα /sampˈsunda/
  • Seferihisar: Τέως /ˈteos/
  • Şile: Χηλή /çiˈli/
  • Silifke: Σελεύκεια /seˈlefcia/
  • Silivri: Σηλυβρία /siliˈvria/
  • Sinop: Σινώπη /siˈnopi/
  • Sıvas: Σεβάστεια /seˈvastia/
  • Söke: Σώκια /ˈsocia/
  • Tarabya: Θεράπεια /θeˈrapia/
  • Tarsus: Ταρσός /tarˈsos/
  • Tekirdağ: Ραιδεστός /reðeˈstos/
  • Tirebolu: Τρίπολις /ˈtripolis/
  • Torul : Άρδασσα
  • Trabzon: Τραπεζούντα /trapeˈzunda/
  • Turgutlu: Κάσσαβα /ˈkasava/
  • Ürgüp: Προκόπιο /proˈkopio/
  • Urla: Βουρλά /vurˈla/
  • Vize: Βιζύν /viˈzin/
  • Yenikoy: Νεοχώρι Χηλής /neoˈxori çiˈlis/
  • Yeşilköy: Άγιος Στεφανος /ˈaʝios ˈstefanos/

Islands[edit]

Ukraine[edit]

  • Feodosiya: Θεοδoσία /θeoðoˈsia/
  • Kharkiv: Χάρκοβο /ˈxarkovo/
  • Kherson: Χερσόνα /çerˈsona/
  • Kiyiv: Κίεβο /ˈcievo/
  • Mariupol: Μαριούπολη /mariˈupoli/
  • Melitopol: Μελιτόπολη /meliˈtopoli/
  • Nikopol: Νικόπολις /niˈkopolis/
  • Odessa: Οδησσός /oðiˈsos/
  • Sevastopol: Σεβαστούπολη /sevaˈstupoli/
  • Simferopol: Συμφερούπολη /simfeˈrupoli/

United Kingdom[edit]

  • Glasgow: Γλασκώβη /ɣlaˈskovi/
  • Edinburgh: Εδιμβούργο /eðimˈvurɣo/
  • London: Λονδίνο /lonˈðino/
  • Oxford: Οξφόρδη /oksˈforði/

United States[edit]

  • New York: Νέα Υόρκη /ˈnea iˈorci/

See also[edit]