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Mandra-Eidyllia (Municipality, Greece)


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Presentation of Mandra-Eidyllia

The municipality of Mandra-Eidyllia (17,885 inhabitants in 2011, 42,630 ha) was established in the 2011 local government reform as the merger of the former municipalities of Erythres (Ερυθρές, 3,349 inh.), Mandra (Μάνδρα, 12,888 inh.), Oinoi (Οινόη, 382 inh.), and Vilia (Βίλια, 1,753 inh.).

Olivier Touzeau, 12 May 2014

Former municipality of Mandra


Flag of Mandra - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 12 May 2014

Mandra is a western, outer suburb of Athens, 22 km northwest of Athens city centre. The western part of the municipal unit is covered by Mount Pateras. There is a large industrial zone near the coast.
Mandra was the location of the last Greek naval base to deploy naval ships to aid in the Aegean War which the Greeks won in 268 B.C.

The flag of Mandra (Kokkonis website) was white with the emblem of the municipality in the middle.

Olivier Touzeau, 12 May 2014