Coordinates: 40°30.2′N 21°46.6′E / 40.5033°N 21.7767°E / 40.5033; 21.7767Coordinates: 40°30.2′N 21°46.6′E / 40.5033°N 21.7767°E / 40.5033; 21.7767
Country Greece
Administrative region West Macedonia
Regional unit Kozani
Municipality Eordaia
Municipal unit Agia Paraskevi
Elevation 710 m (2,330 ft)
  Population 431 (2011)
Time zone EET (UTC+2)
  Summer (DST) EEST (UTC+3)
Postal code 502 00
Area code(s) 24630
Vehicle registration KZ

Karyochori (Greek: Καρυοχώρι meaning walnut village, before 1927: Κοζλούκιοϊ - Kozloukioi[2]) is a village in the municipal unit of Agia Paraskevi in the Kozani regional unit, northern Greece. Karyochori is built in a valley at the elevation of 710 m above sea level. It is located 2 km southeast of Agios Christoforos, 8 km east of Ptolemaida and 22 km north of Kozani. There are large open-pit lignite mines to the south and west of Karyochori, and farmlands to the north.

Historical population

Year Population
1981 678
1991 634
2001 597
2011 431

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