Véroia
or ancient Berea or Beroea geographical name town NE Greece in Macedonia W of Thessaloníki

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  • VEROIA — (Karaferia, Beroea, Veria), city in Macedonia, Greece; W. of Salonika. When the apostle Paul was expelled from Salonika (49 or 50 C.E.), he fled to Veroia and preached in its synagogue (Acts 17:1–10). Inscriptions testify to the existence of a… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Véroia — ▪ Greece historically  Beroea        commercial centre of Greek Macedonia and capital of the nomós (department) of Imathía, Greece. It lies on a plateau at the western edge of the Thessaloníki (Salonika) plain, at the eastern foot of the Vérmion… …   Universalium

  • Veroia — Original name in latin Vroia Name in other language Verija, Veroia, Verroia, Vroia, Vrroia, Верия State code GR Continent/City Europe/Athens longitude 40.52333 latitude 22.20361 altitude 158 Population 44464 Date 2012 02 28 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

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  • Veroia Archaeological Museum — is a museum in Veroia in Greece.External links* [http://www.macedonian heritage.gr/Museums/Archaeological and Byzantine/Arx Beroias.html Museums of Macedonia] …   Wikipedia

  • PAE Veroia — PAE Veria PAE Veria Club fondé en 1959 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • PAE Véroia — PAE Veria PAE Veria Club fondé en 1959 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Championnat de Grèce de football 1977-1978 — Infobox compétition sportive Alpha Ethniki 1977 1978 Édition 19e Date du 1977 au 1978 Promu(s) Egaleo FC PAE Veroia …   Wikipédia en Français

  • List of museums in Greece — Here are lists of some important museums and archaeological places or buildings that function as museums in Greece:Athens* National Archaeological Museum of Athens * Acropolis of Athens * Acropolis Museum, Athens * Benaki Museum * National… …   Wikipedia

  • Kallinikos Manios — ( el. Καλλίνικος Μάνιος) was founder of the first school in Veroia.He was born in Veroia on 1624. In the year 1642, he went to Rome and attended as a student the Greek college of Ayios Athanasios. He stayed there until 1647 and later he went to… …   Wikipedia

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