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Evrytania (Greek: Ευρυτανία, alternative romanization Evritania, rarely/Latin: Eurytania) is one of the fifty-one prefectures of Greece. It is within the periphery of Central Greece. Its capital is Karpenisi (6,775 inhabitants, 2001). The prefecture is almost entirely covered with mountains including the Tymfistos and the Panaitoliko in the south and rivers including the Acheloos in the west, Agrafioti in the east and Megdova in the east flowing down to the Ionian Sea, and has a skiing resort. It is one of the least populated prefectures in Greece. It is one of the few prefectures that uses only one area code.

It is famous as the place of origin of Pavlos Bakoyannis, husband of Dora Bakoyanni

Other cities in Evritantia includes: Fournas, Frangista, Megalo Chorio, Prousos, and Domnista.

The prefecture borders Aitoloakarnania to the west, southwest and south (west over the Acheloos river), Karditsa to the north, and Phthiotis to the east.




Municipality YPES code Seat Postal code
Agrafa 1501 Agrafa 360 73
Aperantioi 1502 Granitsa 360 72
Aspropotamos 1503 Raptopoulo 360 70
Domnitsa 1505 Krikello 360 76
Fourna 1510 Fourna 360 80
Frangista 1511 Dytiki Frangista 360 71
Karpenisi 1506 Karpenisi 361 00
Ktimenioi 1507 Agia Triada 360 80
Potamia 1508 Megalo Chorio 260 75
Prousos 1509 Prousos 360 74
Viniani 1504 Kerasochori 360 71


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