Triantafyllia, Florina

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This article is about the West Macedonian village. For the village in Central Macedonia, see Triantafyllia, Serres.

Coordinates: 40°41′56″N 21°23′50″E / 40.69889°N 21.39722°E / 40.69889; 21.39722 Triantafyllia (Greek: Τριανταφυλλιά, Мacedonian/Bulgarian: Лагино or Лаген[1]) is a village in the municipality of Florina, West Macedonia, Greece. The population was 81 in 1981 and it grew to 101 by 1991.[2] This picturesque village is set amongst the mountains of Northern Greece, on the slopes of Mount Vernon, well away from the main roads. The town has stone architecture. Until 1927 the name of the town was Lagen.[3]

Demographic history[edit]

Year Population
1913 742
1920 466
1928 492
1940 468
1951 210
1961 188
1971 85
1981 81
1991 101
2001 83

References[edit]

  1. ^ D.M.Brancoff. "La Macédoine et sa Population Chrétienne". Paris, 1905, p.176-177.
  2. ^ "Triantafylia (PSM), Village, Florina" GTP net
  3. ^ "Lagen -- Triantafyllia" Pandektis: Name Changes of Settlements in Greece, compiled by the Institute for Neohellenic Research

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