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Antartiko - Vor dem Genocid: original: Zhelevo
The area has been settled for hundreds of years under the original Slavic name of Zhelevo and there are two old Churches testifying to the villages' age. Following the Greek occupation of the area in 1913, Zhelevo was renamed to Antartiko in the 1920s as part of the government's policy of hellenization. Antartiko had a population of approximately 2000 people in the early 20th century but starting in the 1920s, many of its residents began to emigrate elsewhere.
Kato Nevrokopi - Vor dem Genozid: original Zrnovo
Following the Asia Minor Catastrophe and the subsequent population exchange, it was settled by large numbers of Greek refugees from Asia Minor. In 1927, its name was changed from Ζύρνοβο (Zyrnovo, Зърново) to Kato Nevrokopi, after the neighbouring town of Nevrokop (present Gotse Delchev in Republic of Bulgaria). On 18 April 1945, during fighting related to the Greek civil war, many Slavic inhabitants left the area. Many of them resettled in Štip, today in the Republic of Macedonia.
Ano Vrontou, Vor dem Genocid: original Gorno Brodi
1900 noch 6700 Einwohner, danach fand der Genocid statt und Neuansiedlung... Resultat 1981: 347 Bewohner (Neusiedler)
Year Population 1873 2,700 1900 6,700 1981 347 1991 408 2001 452