Ikaria (regional unit)

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Ikaria Regional Unit
Περιφερειακή Ενότητα Ικαρίας
File: PE Ikarias in Greece.svg
Basic data
State : Greece
Region : North Aegean
Area : 300.55 km²
Residents : 9,882 (2011)
Population density : 32.9 inhabitants / km²
NUTS 3 code no. : -
Structure: 2 municipalities

The regional district of Ikaria ( Greek Περιφερειακή Ενότητα Ικαρίας Periferiaki Enotita Ikarias ) is one of five regional districts of the Greek region of North Aegean . It was formed from four island communities of the former Samos prefecture on the occasion of the administrative reform in 2010 and corresponds to the area of ​​the Ikaria province, which existed until 1997. In proportion to its 9,882 inhabitants, the area sends two representatives to the regional council, but has no further political significance as a regional authority. It is divided into the two islands and municipalities of Fourni Korseon and Ikaria .

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Individual evidence

  1. Results of the 2011 census at the National Statistical Service of Greece (ΕΛ.ΣΤΑΤ) ( Memento from June 27, 2015 in the Internet Archive ) (Excel document, 2.6 MB)