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East Attica

East Attica
Περιφερειακή ενότητα
Ανατολικής Αττικής
Regional unit
Municipalities of East Attica
Municipalities of East Attica
East Attica within Greece
East Attica within Greece
Coordinates:
Country Greece
Region Attica
Capital Pallini
Area
 • Total 1,513 km2 (584 sq mi)
Population (2011)
 • Total 502,348
 • Density 330/km2 (860/sq mi)
Postal codes 1xx xx
Area codes 210, 229x0
ISO 3166 code GR-A2
Car plates ΖΧ
Website //anatolikisattikis/StatesMunicipalities/Aytodioikhsh/Regions/el.gr.ypeswww

East Attica (Greek: Περιφερειακή ενότητα Ανατολικής Αττικής) is one of the regional units of Greece. It is part of the region of Attica. The capital of the regional unit is the town of Pallini. The regional unit covers the eastern part of the agglomeration of Athens, and also the rural area to its east.

Contents

  • Administration 1
    • Prefecture 1.1
    • Provinces 1.2
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Administration

The regional unit East Attica is subdivided into 13 municipalities. These are (number as in the map in the infobox):[1]

With respect to parliamentary elections East Attica belongs to the electoral district of Attica.

Prefecture

As a part of the 2011 Kallikratis government reform, the regional unit East Attica was created out of the former

  • Official website (Greek)

External links

  1. ^ a b Kallikratis reform law text PDF

References

See also

The prefecture of East Attica was subdivided into three provinces: the Province of Marathon (capital Marathon), the Province of Mesogia (capital Koropi), and the Province of Lavriotiki (capital Lavrio). They were abolished before the Kallikratis programme came into effect.

Provinces

New municipality Old municipalities Seat
Acharnes Acharnes Acharnes
Thrakomakedones
Dionysos Dionysos Agios Stefanos
Agios Stefanos
Anoixi
Drosia
Kryoneri
Rodopoli
Stamata
Kropia Kropia Koropi
Lavreotiki Lavreotiki Laurium
Agios Konstantinos
Keratea
Marathon Marathon Marathon
Grammatiko
Nea Makri
Varnavas
Markopoulo Mesogaias Markopoulo Mesogaias Markopoulo
Oropos Afidnes Oropos
Avlona
Kalamos
Kapandriti
Malakasa
Markopoulo Oropou
Oropioi
Polydendri
Sykamino
Paiania Paiania Paiania
Glyka Nera
Pallini Pallini Gerakas
Anthousa
Gerakas
Rafina-Pikermi Rafina Rafina
Pikermi
Saronikos Anavyssos Kalyvia Thorikou
Kalyvia Thorikou
Kouvaras
Palaia Fokaia
Saronida
Spata-Artemida Artemida Spata
Spata-Loutsa
Vari-Voula-Vouliagmeni Vari Voula
Voula
Vouliagmeni

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