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NUTS statistical regions of Greece

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First-level NUTS regions of Greece:
  EL3: Attiki

The NUTS codes of Greece are part of the Nomenclature of Territorial Units for Statistics, an official nomenclature of the European Commission used by Eurostat for statistical purposes.

Changes

In 2011, the NUTS1 code of Greece was changed from GR to EL. GR1 was changed to EL5, GR2 to EL6, GR3 to EL3 and GR4 to EL4.[1] The change became official per European Commission regulation No. 31/2011. With regard to the transmission of data to Eurostat, the new codes entered into force by 1 January 2012.[2]

Following the Kallikrates territorial reform, the NUTS regions of Greece were redefined. With the region of Epirus being reclassified as part of Voreia Ellada (Northern Greece, former EL1), and the region of Thessaly in exchange going to Kentriki Ellada (Central Greece, former EL2), new NUTS1 codes have been assigned to both regions. Apart from that, a number of third-level divisions have been changed. The changes became official in December 2013 by European Commission regulation No. 1319/2013. With regard to the transmission of data to Eurostat, the new codes entered into force by 1 January 2015.[3]

NUTS levels

The three NUTS levels are as follows:

Level Subdivisions #
NUTS 1 Groups of development regions 4
NUTS 2 Regions (Perifereies) 13
NUTS 3 Regional units or combinations thereof,
sometimes equivalent to former Prefectures (Nomoi)
52

NUTS codes

Per 1 January 2015, the NUTS codes for Greece are as follows:

NUTS 1 Code NUTS 2 Code NUTS 3 Code
Attiki EL3 Attica EL30 Northern Athens EL301
Western Athens EL302
Central Athens EL303
Southern Athens EL304
Eastern Attica EL305
Western Attica EL306
Piraeus, Islands EL307
Nisia Aigaiou, Kriti EL4 North Aegean EL41 Lesbos, Lemnos EL411
Ikaria, Samos EL412
Chios EL413
South Aegean EL42 Kalymnos, Karpathos, Kos, Rhodes (former (Dodekanisos Prefecture) EL421
Andros, Thira, Kea, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Syros, Tinos (former (Kyklades Prefecture) EL422
Crete EL43 Heraklion EL431
Lasithi EL432
Rethymno EL433
Chania EL434
Voreia Ellada EL5 Eastern Macedonia and Thrace EL51 Evros EL511
Xanthi EL512
Rhodope EL513
Drama EL514
Thasos, Kavala EL515
Central Macedonia EL52 Imathia EL521
Thessaloniki EL522
Kilkis EL523
Pella EL524
Pieria EL525
Serres EL526
Chalkidiki EL527
Western Macedonia EL53 Grevena, Kozani EL531
Kastoria EL532
Florina EL533
Epirus EL54 Arta, Preveza EL541
Thesprotia EL542
Ioannina EL543
Kentriki Ellada EL6 Thessaly EL61 Karditsa, Trikala EL611
Larissa EL612
Magnesia EL613
Ionian Islands EL62 Zakynthos EL621
Corfu EL622
Ithaca, Cephalonia EL623
Lefkada EL624
Western Greece EL63 Aetolia-Acarnania EL631
Achaea EL632
Elis EL633
Central Greece EL64 Boeotia EL641
Euboea EL642
Evrytania EL643
Phthiotis EL644
Phocis EL645
Peloponnese EL65 Argolis, Arcadia EL651
Korinthia EL652
Laconia, Messenia EL653

Local administrative units

Below the NUTS levels, the two LAU (Local Administrative Units) levels are:

Level Subdivisions #
LAU 1 Municipalities (Dimoi) 1035
LAU 2 Municipal units, municipal communities, local units 6130

The LAU codes of Greece can be downloaded here: [1]Page white excel.png

See also

References

  1. ^ Eurostat. "History of NUTS". Retrieved 25 April 2016.
  2. ^ European Commission (18 January 2011). "Commission Regulation (EU) No. 31/2011 of 17 January 2011". Official Journal of the European Union. Retrieved 9 March 2015.
  3. ^ European Commission (18 December 2013). "Commission Regulation (EU) No. 1319/2013 of 9 December 2013". Official Journal of the European Union. Retrieved 9 March 2015.

External links

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