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Lesbos Prefecture

Lesbos Prefecture (Greek: Νομός Λέσβου) was one of the prefectures of Greece. It comprised three main islands: Lesbos itself, Lemnos, and the smaller island of Agios Efstratios. In 2011 the prefecture was abolished and the territory is now covered by the regional units of Lesbos and Lemnos. Its capital was the town of Mytilene, on Lesbos.

Places

Provinces

Note: Provinces no longer hold any legal status in Greece.

Municipalities and communities

Municipality YPES code Seat (if different) Postal code Area code
Agia Paraskevi 3501 811 02 22520-3
Agiasos 3502 811 01 22520-2
Atsiki 3504 814 01 22530
Eresos-Antissa 3506 Eresos 814 01 22530-8
Evergetoulas 3507 Sykounta 811 05 22520-9
Gera 3505 Pappados 811 06 22510-8
Kalloni 3508 811 07 22530-2
Loutropoli Thermis 3509 Thermi 811 00 22510-7
Mantamados 3510 811 04 22530-6
Mithymna 3511 811 07
811 08
2220-7
Moudros 3512 814 01 22520-7
Myrina 3513 814 00 22540-2
Mytilene 3514 811 00 22510-2 through 7
Nea Koutali 3515 Kontias 814 00 22540-5
Petra 3516 811 09 22530
Plomari 3517 812 00 22530-3
Polichnitos 3518 813 00 22520-4
Community YPES code Seat (if different) Postal code Area code
Agios Efstratios 3503 815 00 22540-9

See also

External links

  • Lesvos travel guide from Wikivoyage
  • Prefecture of Lesvos (Hellenic Ministry of Culture)


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