Kilkis, Greece, 2014, 24-28 November


This meeting took place from 24 to 28 November 2014 in Kilkis, Greece. It consisted in a meeting of teachers.

Kilkis, Greece

Kilkis (Greek: Κιλκίς) is an industrial city in Central Macedonia, Greece. As of 2011 there were 22,914 people living in the city proper, 28,745 people living in the municipal unit, and 51,926 in the municipality of Kilkis. It is also the capital city of the regional unit of Kilkis.

Kilkis is located in a region that was multi-ethnic in the recent past and is known by several different names. The name of the city in early Byzantine times was Kallikon, and was also known as Kalkis or Kilkis by the Greeks. In church Codix of 1732 it is mentioned as Kilkisi (Κηλκήση). In the South Slavic languages it is known as Kukush (Кукуш, Kukuš), while it was called Kilkitsi or Kılkış by the Ottoman Turks.



Presentation of Greece

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Presentation of Cyprus

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Presentation of United Kingdom

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Presentation of Spain

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Presentation of Turkey

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Pictures of Meeting


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