Zografou (until 1940, Metochi Zografou) is a village and homonymous local community of the municipal unit of Nea Moudania of the municipality of Nea Propontida. The village is built at an altitude of 65 meters and its inhabitants are mainly engaged in agriculture. Still preserved are the buildings of the Byzantine tower dating back to the 14th century, the main church built (1842) and a fountain (1853).

Zografou was built after the Asia Minor Catastrophe and the exchange of populations. Its first settlers were refugees from Antival of Cappadocia who settled in the area of ​​the Zografou Monastery which was the original nucleus of the new settlement. Every year in Zografou takes place the “Adamvoma” of the Antavavlides (the event of the descendants of the refugees who founded the settlement).