The name for the southern area of Greece is Peloponnesus. It is a large peninsula. The Gulf of Corinth separates it from the northern part o the country.
There are a few northern regions in Greece. The most popularly known (and largest) is Macedonia, but others include Thrace, Epirus and Thessaly.
Macedonia is the name of a northern Greece region. If you are asking about FYROM, the only issue is that Greeks are opposed to the use of a name of a Greek area (as well as the use of its history and culture) from a nearby unrelated country.
Greece is in the northern and eastern hemispheres
Alexander was born in Macedonia northern area of greece.
The modern name of ancient Macedonia is the province of Macedonia in northern Greece and covers the area known in ancient times as the Greek kingdom of Macedonia.
The name for the southern area of Greece is called the Peloponnesus. Greece also have hundreds of islands surrounding the mainland.
Collectively the city states in the area were called Greece.
Ancient Macedonia was a Greek kingdom on the northern Greek peninsula. Modern Macedonia is a Greek province on the northern Greek peninsula. It's name in northern Greece, was and is, Macedonia.
It is called Athens
It is just because Northern Ireland is in the northern area of the island of Ireland. It is just because Northern Ireland is in the northern area of the island of Ireland. It is just because Northern Ireland is in the northern area of the island of Ireland. It is just because Northern Ireland is in the northern area of the island of Ireland. It is just because Northern Ireland is in the northern area… Read More
Origin of name is GREECE. Some spellings are: VOURNAKIS. Large family of Vurnakes's came from the SPARTA area of Greece.
The Total Area of the historical province of Macedonia in northern Greece is 34,177 km2 (13,196 sq mi)
Macedonia, northern Greece from east to west has a total area is 34,177 km² or (13,196 sq mi)
Don't know if there is a Theiler clan in northern Greece.For sure there is one originating from a Town called Entlebuch in Switzerland
Simeon and his Slav allies invaded northern Greece.
it was obviously Peloponnese's, dah
It is in the Northern Hemisphere :)
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Greece is in the northern hemisphere. The northern hemisphere is north of the equator. The southern hemisphere is south of the equator. You can find this out on a map and/or with latitude or longitude.
Answer: The Greek province of Macedonia is located on the northern Greek peninsula and covers most of the area of the historical ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia.
Macedonia is a province of northern Greece corresponding almost exactly to the ancient Greek kingdom of Macedonia.
The Northern Hemisphere.
Macedonia was never split. Ancient Macedonia was a Greek kingdom on the northern Greek peninsula that is today free from foreign occupation, a province on the northern Greek peninsula. Under Roman occupation the name was applied to a larger administrative area and during Ottoman occupation the name disappeared altogether when it became the vilayet of Selnik (Thessaloniki). Today approx 4% lies outside of historical Macedonia in Greece, specifically the area called Pelagonia in ancient Macedonia… Read More
ALL of Greece is in the eastern and northern hemispheres.
Athens, Greece is in the Northern and Eastern Hemispheres.
Greece isn't even remotely close to Europe's northern coastline.
(1) Northern Greece, (2) Central Greece and (3) The Peloponnese.
The Greek name for Greece is "Hellas" (Ἑλλάς) or "Ellada" (Ελλάδα), so the name does not come from Greece itself. Rather it comes from the Roman encounters with the people of Epirus (the area of Greece that borders Albania) who were called "Graikos" (Γραικός) roughly two millennia ago. As a result, the Romans labelled all of the people in Epirus and those who had a similar culture as "Graecia" in Latin, from which we have… Read More
Mount Olympus is not in Athens. It is in northern Greece.
yes 500 porcupines live in northern greece
Greece is located in the Northern and Eastern hemispheres
No. Sweden is in Northern Europe. Greece is in Southern Europe.
There is not a place called Mastodonia. Do you mean Macedonia? The Republic of Macedonia, is a country in southeastern Europe. It is also a name for a region of Northern Greece.
Macedonia was the kingdom in northern Greece which produces Philip and Alexander the Great. The Greek word means tall and slim.
Greece is located in southern Europe
The Aeolian Greeks they were located it in northern and central Greece and The Dorians they were in southwestern Greece.
Attica, the smaller peninsula in the Peloponnese in southern Greece and the Chalkidiki peninsula in Macedonia, northern Greece
The area that is today southern Bulgaria and northern Turkey.
Epirus is a region divided today equally between the nations of Albania (which is almost entirely part of Epirus) and Greece. Albania occupies the northern part of Epirus and Greece occupies the southern part.
In northern Greece.
Greece Is Situated In The Northern Hemisphere Of The Earth, This Is Because It Is North Of The Equator.
The proper name Olympia is used for an area of Greece, and the capital city of the US state of Washington.
Sparta is on the south of greece
Paul appears to have been a native of Tarsus in what is now southern Turkey, at the northern end of the Levant. However, his mission encompassed a large area from Damascus, through modern-day Turkey to Greece, and even Rome.
NO. Scandinavia is a region in the northern part of Europe. Greece is in the southern part of Europe. Greece is part of the larger region of the Balkans.