Aiani (Greek: Αιανή) is village part of the synonymous municipality in the Kozani Prefecture, Greece. Population 3816 (2001).
Aiani is named after the ancient city Aiani (or Aiane) the capital of the region called Elimeia. Discoveries from the excavation of the ancient city are exhibited in the archaeological Museum of Aiani.
Aiani, Satellite image, right side part of the Polyfytos lake
Division of the municipality
Agia Paraskevi, a small village named after a monastery in the region.
Kteni (or Ktenion), a small village, near it some remains of fortifications from antiquity exist (no systematic excavations )
Rodiani, a small village in the past known as Rodovista
Rymnio (or Rymnion), a small village, in the region graves were found from the period 1600-1000 BC.
Chromio (or Chromion) is a small village named after the chromate ore which can be found in the region