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Doliana is located in Greece
Coordinates: 37°25′51″N 22°40′48″E / 37.430820°N 22.680075°E / 37.430820; 22.680075Coordinates: 37°25′51″N 22°40′48″E / 37.430820°N 22.680075°E / 37.430820; 22.680075
Country Greece
Administrative region Peloponnese
Regional unit Arcadia
Municipality North Kynouria
Elevation 90 m (300 ft)
 • Population 846[1] (2011)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
 • Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code 220 01
Area code(s) 27550

Doliana (Greek: Δολιανά) is a community of the municipality North Kynouria, in eastern Arcadia, Greece. It consists of the villages Ano Doliana, Dragouni, Kato Doliana, Kouvlis, Prosilia and Rouneika. The population of the community is 846 (2011 census). The largest village of the community is Kato Doliana with 595 inhabitants which is considered a traditional settlement. It partly serves as the winter residence of the population of Ano Doliana.

The Primary school located on the village square

Kato Doliana is situated on the left bank of the river Tanos, on the south slopes of mountain Zavitsa. Particularly interesting are the natural caves that have formed due to the erosion of the terrain caused by the flow of the river. In Kato Doliana, with its very good climate and its impressive olive plantation, the visitor will find traditional coffee shops and tavernas. In the area, apart from the Villa of Herodes Atticus at Eva, one can also visit the ancient settlements of Kourmeki and Tsiorovos and the Byzantine Women's Monastery of Loukou.

Historical population[edit]

Year Population
1928 1.796
1940 1.680
1951 1.650
1961 1.497
1971 1.404
1981 1.338
1991 933
2001 867
2011 846

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