Administrative Unit of Central Macedonia

Administrative Unit of Central Macedonia

Introduction Central Macedonia became part of Greece in 1913. Located in northern Greece, it shares borders with Bulgaria and the Republic of North Macedonia. Its varied geography encompasses high mountains and lowlands with many rivers that lead to a peninsula in the...
Administratve Unit of Central Greece

Administratve Unit of Central Greece

Introduction Central Greece is the second largest region noted for its agricultural lands, rich landscapes, mountain ecosytems, marine wildlife and metallurgical industries. Among its many archaeological sites is Delphi, reknown for the Oracle of Delphi and the...
Administrative Unit of Attiki (Attica)

Administrative Unit of Attiki (Attica)

Introduction Attika is the home of Athens which became the capital of the modern Greek state in 1834. The number of its inhabitants surged when more than one million refugees from Asia Minor resettled in Greece during the Greek-Turkish population exchange of 1922-23,...
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