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Coordinates: 37°41′31″N 23°04′19″E / 37.692°N 23.072°E / 37.692; 23.072 Dimaina (Greek: Δήμαινα) is a small village with 435 residents[1] in Argolis, Greece. With Nea Epidavros, Palaia Epidavros, Tracheia and Koliaki it is part of the Epidaurus municipality.

Near Dimaina there is a famous monastery of Taxiarchon built in 15th century. The founder of the monastery was the Patriarch Niphon of Constantinople.[2]

Historical population[edit]

Year Settlement Community
1991 532
2001 544 649
2011 435 520


  1. ^ Detailed census results 2011 Archived December 25, 2013, at the Wayback Machine. Hellenic Statistics Authority (xls)
  2. ^ "Dimaina". epidavros.gr. Retrieved 8 July 2014.