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Samos Prefecture

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Subject: Ikaria (regional unit), Attica Prefecture, Kavala Prefecture, Magnesia Prefecture, Regional units of Greece
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Samos Prefecture

Samos Prefecture (Greek: Νομός Σάμου) was a prefecture in Greece, consisting of the islands of Samos, Ikaria and the smaller islands of Fournoi Korseon. In 2011 the prefecture was abolished and the territory is now covered by the regional units of Samos and Ikaria. Its capital was the town of Vathy, on Samos.

Contents

  • Provinces 1
  • Municipalities 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Provinces

The provinces were:

Municipalities

Municipality YPES code Seat (if different) Postal code Area code
Agios Kirykos 4601 833 00 22750-2
Evdilos 4603 833 02 22750-3
Fournoi Korseon 4608 Fournoi 833 01 22750-5
Karlovasi 4604 832 00 22730-3
Marathokampos 4605 831 02 22730-3
Pythagoreio 4606 831 03 22730-6 through 9
Raches 4607 833 01 22750-4
Vathy/Samos 4602 831-00 22730-2

See also

External links

  • Prefecture of Samos
  • Municipality of Vathy - The capital of Samos
  • Municipality of Pythagorion
  • Tunnel of Eupalinos
  • Port information Samos old port and new Marina for sailors


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