Kella, Florina

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Kella (Greek: Κέλλα, also Κέλλη - Kelli, Macedonian Slavic: Горничево, Gorničevo) is a village in the Amyntaio municipality of the Florina regional unit, Greece.[1]

The village was first mentioned in an Ottoman defter of 1468, where it is listed under the name of Gorničevo and described as a small settlement of thirty households. A second defter of 1481 records that the number had increased by only three households.[2]


  1. ^ Δημοτικό Διαμέρισμα Κέλλης. Δήμος Αμυνταίου (in Greek). Archived from the original on January 9, 2008. Retrieved 2009-01-05. 
  2. ^ Kravari, Vassiliki (1989). Villes et villages de Macédoine occidentale. Realites byzantines (in French). 2. Paris: Editions P. Lethielleux. p. 263. ISBN 2-283-60452-4. 

Coordinates: 40°47′N 21°41′E / 40.783°N 21.683°E / 40.783; 21.683