(el) Αλεξανδρούπολη
Pays Grèce Grèce
Périphérie Macédoine-Orientale-et-Thrace
Nome Nome d'Évros
Code postal 681 00
Indicatif téléphonique 25510
Immatriculation EB
Latitude 40° 51′ 00″ Nord
       25° 52′ 00″ Est
/ 40.85, 25.8666667
Altitude 11 m
Superficie 64 220 ha = 642,2 km²
Population 52 720 hab. (2001)
Densité 82,1 hab./ km²
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Site de la ville

Alexandroúpoli (en grec moderne Αλεξανδρούπολη), ou Alexandroúpolis (en katharévousa Ἀλεξανδρούπολις) est un port du Nord-Est de la Grèce, sur la mer de Thrace, dans la province de Thrace. Elle est le chef-lieu du nome (préfecture) d’Évros et compte près de 50 000 habitants.

Alexandroúpoli a porté le nom turc de Dedeağaç jusqu’en 1920, date de la passation du pouvoir aux autorités grecques. Elle a été renommée en l’honneur du roi Alexandre Ier de Grèce.

Alexandroúpoli possède un aéroport (code AITA : AXD).

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