(Greek: Αρδάνι) is a Greek
village in the municipal unit of Paliokastro
in the Trikala Prefecture
. Ardani had a population of 465 in 2001. Ardani is located south of Kalambaka
, west of Larissa
. 8 km northwest of Trikala
Its residents are based in agriculture
and other businesses including machinery.
- Palaiopyrgos, northeast, old name Zavlania.
- Krinitsa, south
- Platanos, northwest,old name Vania.
- Haidemeni southwest, old name Toulpitsa.
- Elinokastro northeast, old name Koursiavo.
- Raksa and Vasiliki west, Vasiliki's old name was Voivoda
After World War II
and the Greek Civil War
, the population steadily declined as residents moved to larger towns and cities and the richest countries in the world, the population boomed between the 1981 and 1991 but it declined between 1991 and 2001.
Electricity and automobiles arrived in the 1960s, it was linked with pavement in the late-20th century, television arrived in the 1980s. Internet and computers arrived in the late-1990s.
It is connected with the trail for Ardani is Trikala - Longaki
- Ardani. It is connected with a bus to Trikala at its station on Kondyli
SHOT PUT: Greece's Under-18 Shot Put champion Vasoula Zavlanou, comes from Ardani.
FOOTBALL: Ardani's football/soccer club name is Asteras Ardaniou. Canadian Football- Theodore Zavlanos: two time National Champion with the University of Saskatchewan.