The village of L'k had its name changed by the Greek government to
Mikrolimni. It is part of the Lerin region and is about 27 kilometres
west of the town. It is on the eastern bank of the Mala Prespa lake
at 21 degrees 07 minutes longitude and 40 degrees 45 minutes latitude
and 903 metres above sea level. Its area is about 6 square kilometres.
The village borders with the following settled places: to the northeast
with the village Orovnik, to the east with the villages Bukovik and
Oschima, to the south with the formerly populated Drenovo and the mountain
Gorbech and to the west with the Mala Prespa lake.
Before the start of the Greek Civil War in 1945 about 320 Macedonian
residents lived in the village. The residents were employed in raising
livestock, fishing and agriculture.
During the Greek Civil War, the residents of the village actively took
part in the organization of NOF and the armed forces of DAG led by KPG
with more than 83 active fighters. 18 gave their lives.
1. Angelovski Spiro
2. Apostolova Velika
3. Apostolovski Kole
4. Dimitrovski Stojo
5. Kostadinov Vidin
6. Nashulov Joshe
7. Nikolovski Anastas
8. Nikolovski Josif
9. Novachevski Petre
10. Novachevski Mial
11. Petrevski Krstin
12. Petrevski Trifun
13. Petrevski Mitre
14. Spirovski Vidin
15. Stefanovski Pando
16. Trajkovski Simo
17. Hristovski Done
18. Tsvetkovski German
Of the fighters who gave their young lives there were 17 men and 1
After the Greek Civil War and the forced emigration from German, the
number of residents fell significantly. In the official census in Greece
in 1991 it was recorded that there were 92 residents in the village.
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