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Triandria
Τριανδρία
Location
Coordinates 40°37′N 22°58′E / 40.617°N 22.967°E / 40.617; 22.967Coordinates: 40°37′N 22°58′E / 40.617°N 22.967°E / 40.617; 22.967
Government
Country:Greece
Periphery: Central Macedonia
Prefecture: Thessaloniki
Mayor: Xénia Drítsa
Population statistics (as of 2001[1])
City
 - Population: 11,289
 - Area: 1.475 km² (1 sq mi)
 - Density: 7,654 /km² (19,823 /sq mi)
Other
Time zone: EET/EEST (UTC+2/3)
Elevation (center): 70 m (230 ft)
Postal: 553 37
Telephone: 2310
Auto: Ν
Website
www.triandria.gr

Triandria (Greek: Τριανδρία) is a borough of Thessaloniki next to the centre of the city (Coordinates:N 40°37.340', E 22°58.360' or Ν 40.6223°, Ε 22.9726° Elevation: 70m). It is bounded by the Kaftanzoglio Stadium on the south-west, the boroughs of Saranta Ekklisies at north-west and of Ano Toumpa at east. Triandria is accessed with the ring highway at the Triandria Interchange (Interchange K8) to the east and the Toumpa Interchange (Interchange K8). The borough is named after the World War I-era "Triumvirate of National Defence" (in Greek: Τριανδρία της Εθνικής Αμύνης), comprising the statesman Eleftherios Venizelos, the Admiral Pavlos Koundouriotis and the General Panagiotis Danglis.

OtherEdit

Triandria has four elementary schools,two gymnasiums, a lyceum, a basketball and a soccer field both home to local team Achilleas Triandrias.There is also a church of Agios Spiridonas, the biggest in honor of the Saint outside the island of Corfu where he is considered a patron saint.

Historical populationEdit

Year Population Change Density
2001 11,289 -533/-4.51% 7,653.6/km²

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