Doirani (Greek: ) is a municipality in the Kilkis Prefecture, Greece. Population 2208 (2001).

In the municipality is the Lake Doirani , area c. 30 km2 (known also as Prasiada)

It is the Greek part of the former municipality of Doyuran, which was divided in 1913 by the new borders created between Greece and what was then Serbia. The part at the other side of the border is called Dojran. The name comes from the ancient name Doviros.

Doirani was the site of much inter-ethnic fighting during the Macedonian Struggle in the early 20th century. Konstantinos Papagiannakis from Doirani was the most prominent Greek Macedonian Fighter in the area .


Division of the municipality

  • Drosaton / Δ.δ. Δροσάτου [ 1392 ]
    • Doirani / η [ 183 ]
    • Drosaton / το [ 1068 ]
    • Koryfi / η [ 141 ]
  • Akritas / Δ.δ. Ακρίτας -- ο [ 245 ]
  • Amaranta / Δ.δ. Αμαράντων [ 571 ]
    • Amaranta / τα [ 408 ]
    • Agios Charalambos / ο Άγιος Χαράλαμπος [ 163 ]

Municipalities and communities of the Kilkis Prefecture

Axioupoli | Cherso | Doirani | Evropos | Gallikos | Goumenissa | Kilkis | Kroussa | Mouries | Pikrolimni | Polykastro

Livadia

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