The village of Rudnik was made to change its name by the Greek government to Anargiri. It is about 29 kilometres southeast of Lerin and about 12 kilometres southwest of the town of Sorovich. The village is at 21 degrees 37 minutes longitude and 40 degrees 36 minutes latitude and 650 metres above sea level. It has an area of about 19 square kilometres.

Rudnik borders to the northeast with the villages Dolno Novoselsko and Chaldzhilari, to the south with Rakita and to the west with the Rudnishko Lake or Vrapchinsko Lake.

Before the start of the Greek Civil War in 1945 about 476 residents lived in the village of whom 120 were Macedonians and about 356 were Greek-Prosfigi. The residents were employed in agriculture and raising livestock.

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