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Administrative Region : Epirus
Regional unit : Thesprotia

Thesprotia

Syvota or Sivota (Σύβοτα) is a former municipality in Thesprotia, Greece. Population 3010 (2001). The seat of the municipality was in Plataria.

Syvota is named after the ancient place Sybota. The Battle of Sybota took place in 433 BC between Corcyra and Corinth. It was one of the immediate catalysts for the Peloponnesian War, which had been brewing for decades.

Syvota is 24 km from Igoumenitsa and 12 km from Plataria

Division of the municipality

  • Plataria / Δ.δ. Πλαταριάς [ 955 ]
    • Plataria / η Πλαταριά [ 955 ]
    • Vrysi / η Βρύση [ 0 ]
  • Argyrotopos / Δ.δ. Αργυροτόπου [ 520 ]
    • Argyrotopos / ο Αργυρότοπος [ 292 ]
    • Polynerion / το Πολυνέριον [ 228 ]
  • Syvota / Δ.δ. Συβότων -- τα Σύβοτα [ 908 ]
  • Faskomilia / Δ.δ. Φασκομηλιάς [ 627 ]
    • Faskomilia / η Φασκομηλιά [ 351 ]
    • Skorpiona / η Σκορπιώνα [ 276 ]

Plataria

Syvota

Syvota

Syvota Beach, Megas Ammos

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