Nea Tiryntha

Nea Tiryntha, Satellite image

Nea Tiryntha (Greek: Νέα Τίρυνθα) is a municipality () in Argolis, Greece. Population 3680 (2001).

Division of the municipality:

  • Nea Tiryntha / Δ.δ. Νέας Τίρυνθας [ 2055 ]
    • Tiryns / η Τίρυνς [ 638 ]
    • Kapodistriasa / ο Καποδίστριας [ 166 ]
    • Nea Tiryns / η [ 1.251 ]
  • Agios Adrianos / Δ.δ. Αγίου Αδριανού [ 1.166 ]
    • Agios Adrianos / ο [ 1.020 ]
    • Moni Karakala / η Μονή Καρακαλά [ 13 ]
    • Panagia / η Παναγία [ 15 ]
    • Profitis Ilias / ο [ 118 ]
  • Neo Roeinon / Δ.δ. Νέου Ροεινού -- το Νέον Ροεινόν [ 459 ]

Agios Adrianos is a village 5 km from Nafplion. Its old name is Katsigkri, named after the Ottoman Pascha Katsigr Agas. After the liberation of the village it was named Agios Adrianos after the church of Agios Adrianos. The church was build c. 1753.



Municipalities and communities of the Argolis Prefecture

Argos | Asini | Asklipieio | Epidaurus | Ermioni | Koutsopodi | Kranidi | Lerna | Lyrkeia | Midea | Mykines | Nafplion | Nea Kios | Nea Tiryntha

Achladokampos | Alea

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