Imbros

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Imbros

(ˈɪmbrəs)
n
(Placename) a Turkish island in the NE Aegean Sea, west of the Gallipoli Peninsula: occupied by Greece (1912–14) and Britain (1914–23). Area: 280 sq km (108 sq miles). Turkish name: Imroz
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They have violated the rights of those living on the island of Imvros and, as a result, thousands of Turkish settlers live, today, on the island, its Greek population having been confined to 300 souls.
He was born in 1940 as Demetrios Archondonis on the island of Imvros (today, Gokceada, Turkey) and elected in October 1991 as the 270th Archbishop of the 2,000-year-old Church founded by St Andrew, serving as Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch.
The school, which is located in the Ecanakkale area of GE[micro]kceada -- known as Imvros in Greek -- which was once inhabited by a local Rum (Greek Orthodox Turkish) population, was reopened on Monday in a ceremony attended by the director of private schools at the Ministry of Education, Eumer Faruk Yelkenci, main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) deputy Selina Doy-an, a representative of the Greek Orthodox community and head of the Minorities Foundation in ystanbul, Laki Vingas, parents of the students and several locals.
Anastasia was born in Imvros, Turkey the daughter of George and Maria Cirpa, coming to the United States in 1931.
On Monday, May 16, the intramural part of Evripidou street, Xanthis Xenieros from Constantinos Palaeologos to Royal Hall and Ayios Ioannis street will be paved over and on Tuesday, May 17, works will be carried out in Fotinou Pana, Andreas Laskaratou, Imvros and Pasteur streets.