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Edessa (formerly called parallel Vodena) is a city in central Macedonia in Greece, capital of the homonymous province and the prefecture of Pella. The population of the city of Edessa is 18,253, while that of the expanded municipality is 25,619 inhabitants (census 2001).
The city is a strong element of water (rivers and waterfalls), which is why the names: Edessa (wedes the Phrygian was the water tower or water) and Vodena (voda in Slavic is water) have the same root.
The city's name is Phrygian origin and means "tower / city, into the water."