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Aigialeia (Municipality, Greece)


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Presentation of Aigialeia

The municipality of Aigialeia (49,872 inhabitants in 2011; 72,940 ha), located in northeastern Achaea, was formed in the 2011 local government reform by the merger of the six former municipalities of Aigeira (Αιγείρα, 4,503 inh.), Aigio (Αίγιο, 26,523 inh.), Akrata (Ακράτα, 7,056 inh.), Diakopto (Διακοπτό, 7,005 inh.), Erineos (Ερινεός, 3,768 inh.) and Sympoliteia (Συμπολιτεία, 7,840 inh.).

Ivan Sache, 14 January 2013

Former municipality of Aigeira

[Flag of Aigeira]

Former flag of Aigeira - Image by Olivier Touzeau, 28 October 2012

Aigeira stretches from the Gulf of Corinth, where the town of Aigeira proper is located, to the mountains in the south.
The flag of the former municipality of Aigeira was white with its emblem. The emblem showed a sunset in shape of a Greek theater in light blue on a dark blue sea (Kokkonis website).

Olivier Touzeau, 28 October 2012