What is southern greece called?
The southern half of Greece is called the Peloponnese. This is a peninsula attached to mainland Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth.
The name for the southern area of Greece is called the Peloponnesus. Greece also have hundreds of islands surrounding the mainland.
It is called Athens
What are the southern tip of Greece which is connected to the rest of Greece by a narrow strip of land?
It is called the Peloponnesus.
The peninsula in the south of Greece is called the PELEPONNESUS.
The southernmost part of mainland Greece is the Peloponnesus. However, the southernmost part of all of Greece is on the island of Crete. It is the largest island in Greece.
It was originally held at Olympia in southern Greece in honour of the god Zeus.
waht is the southern part ancient greece
They were descended from a warrior people called the Dorians who invaded Greece from the north, and they settled in the southern part of Greece, the Peloponnese, where they founded the city of Sparta.
Northern Greece is located on the Balkan Peninsula, although a narrow strip of land, connects it to the Southern land, known as Peloponnese.
Greece is located in southern Europe
A port in the southern part of Greece is Nafplio (Ναύπλιο), which was also the capital of Greece between 1828-1833.
The Olympic games are loosely based on the ancient Olympic Games of ancient Greece. These were called the Olympic Games because they were held in Olympia, which was a plain in the district of Elis, in southern Greece that was regarded as a sacred region.
The Ionian Sea is between Greece and southern Italy.
Which body of water is between southern Italy and Greece
The southern part of Greece is also known as the Peloponnese. It is connected to mainland Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth and the Rio-Antirio bridge.
Greece is part of southern Europe. its located at the southeast end of Europe.
They were held in honour of the Greek high god Zeus, at his temple at Olympia in southern Greece.
Athens, in southern Greece.
Southern Europe Greece is in Europe underneath Macedonia.
At Olympia in Elis in southern Greece.
no, Greece is considered southern European
The temple of Zeus at Olympia in southern Greece.
No. Sweden is in Northern Europe. Greece is in Southern Europe.
Yes, Greece is located in the southern part of Europe.
No... it's not...
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.
Greece is the country in southern Europe that is having the biggest financial crisis in 2012. To a lesser extent Italy, Spain and Portugal also are having a financial crisis, but not as bad as Greece. Greece is the country in southern Europe that is having the biggest financial crisis in 2012. To a lesser extent Italy, Spain and Portugal also are having a financial crisis, but not as bad as Greece. Greece is the… Read More
Greece Gibraltar is at the tip of southern Spain - a long way from Greece.
Southern Europe, basically the same place Greece is today.
Attica, the smaller peninsula in the Peloponnese in southern Greece and the Chalkidiki peninsula in Macedonia, northern Greece
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.
No to the answer below. Greece is from the Latin Grecia which is what the Romans called Hellas[Greece] & the Hellenes[Greeks] is what Greeks call[ed] themselves, here is an explanation: Greece is called Hellas or [H]Ellada by the Greek people. But since the ancient days they have stopped pronouncing the "H". The question "where does the word Greece come from?" has arisen. The word Greece comes from the Romans. From a Greek colony in Magna… Read More
in Greece (though Greece is usually associated with southern Europe)
Greece is in a part of Southern Europe, as well as a part of Western Europe.
peloponnese......... i think
Greece is called Greece from the word Graecia. This means the land of the Greeks. Graecia was used by the Romans.
The island of Gavdos, which is part of Greece, is the most southern part of Europe (even lower than Malta), so Greece is the most southern.
Mainland Greece is on the southern end of the Balkan Peninsula. Known also as the Peninsula of Haemus.
Yes Greece is a part of Western Europe, as well as a part of Southern Europe.
Sparta is on the south of greece
At Olympia in Elis in southern Greece as a religious festival for Zeus in 776 BCE.
No, the alps are located in Frnce, Italy, Switzerland, and southern Germany. They do not reach Greece.
The Dokos shipwreck southern Greece, about 2,500 BCE.
The Minoan in Crete and the Mycenaean in southern mainland Greece
Elis in southern Greece.