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  • proper n. A city in Thrace, northeastern Greece.


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From Greek Κομοτηνή.


  • In her autobiography, she states that the family moved to Komotini, but she could not remember how long she stayed there.

    Rosa Eskenazi.

  • According to Greece's Development Ministry, the IGB pipeline -- a 160 kilometer (99-mile) link between Komotini in Greece and Stara Zagora in Bulgaria -- will receive €45 million from EU funds.

    Edison to Build Greece-Bulgaria Pipeline

  • In December 2005, DEPA signed a contract with Greek-Russian consortium Stroytransgaz-Prometheus Gas for the construction of a natural gas pipeline between the Greek towns of Komotini and Alexandroupouli.

    Energy profile of Greece

  • The SCP, which will transport Azeribaijani natural gas between Karacabey, Turkey and Komotini, Greece, is scheduled to begin natural gas transport by the end of 2006.

    Energy profile of Greece

  • He has also restored important Ottoman buildings, such as a fourteenth-century guest house in the Thracian provincial capital of Komotini.

    A Sacred Congregation

  • Exterior of the synagogue Beit El of Komotini in the 1980s.

    Preserving Jewish Heritage in Greece

  • Two more synagogues were demolished in 1994 and 1995: the Beit El synagogue in Komotini, Thrace, a fine example of Balkan construction dating from the mid-nineteenth century, unique for its exposed roof lantern, and the synagogue in Xanthi, in Thrace, an impressive basilica dating from 1926, influenced by the Reform synagogues of Europe and Edirne (Adrianople) in Turkey.

    Preserving Jewish Heritage in Greece

  • Its Gianni Nikolaidis from Komotini on Lyra and Kosta Psatha on Ndaouly we also had 2 priests (one was Father Pavlos of Sumela Greece and the other from Lamia) and a Monk "Makarios" from Mt. Olympus. - Financial News

  • The Reds had a rather quiet evening in Komotini, defeating relegated Panthrakikos 2-0 through first-half goals by Vasilis Torosidis and Costas Mitroglou, but are worried about the condition of English striker Matt Derbyshire who limped off injured.

    Kathimerini English Edition : Print Edition : 26/3/10

  • Democritus University of Thrace in Komotini, Greece, have been testing every make and model of USB stick and iPod/iPhone.

    New Scientist - Online News


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