West Macedonia

West Macedonia is one of the thirteen regions of Greece, consisting of the western part of Greek Macedonia. It is divided into the regional units of Florina, Grevena, Kastoria, and Kozani.

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745,514 720,979 Attica 2 Thessaloniki2 * 383,967 363,987 348,920 Central Macedonia 3 Piraeus1,3 182,671 175,697 170,715 Attica 4 Patras 152,570 160,400 164,741 West Greece 5 ...

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