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Periphery: Thessaly
Prefecture : Karditsa

Plastiras (Greek: Πλαστήρας, Δήμος Πλαστήρα) is a former municipality in the Karditsa peripheral unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Lake Plastiras, of which it is a municipal unit.[1] It was named after the Greek general and Prime Minister Nikolaos Plastiras. Population 3,791 (2001). Lake Plastiras covers a part of the municipal unit. Its residents are engaged chiefly in agriculture. The seat of the municipality was in Morfovouni.


The municipal unit Plastiras is subdivided into the following communities (constituent villages in brackets):

Division of the municipality


Mesenikolas is a mountain village c. 22 km from Karditsa city. Around 3 km from the village is the monastery Panagias Koronis from the 16th century.


Moschato is a village , earlier called Vlasdo or Blaznt (Βλάσδο / Μπλαζντ ). There is also a municipality in Athens called Moschato.

Year Municipality population
2001 3,791

Municipalities and communities of the Karditsa Prefecture

Acheloos | Argithea | Arni | Fyllo | Itamos | Ithomi | Kallifono | Kampos | Karditsa | Menelaida | Mitropoli | Mouzaki | Nevropoli Agrafon | Palamas | Pamisos | Plastiras | Rentina | Sellana | Sofades | Tamasio


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