Tsakalonisi

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Tsakalonisi
Native name: Τσακαλονήσι
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Tsakalonisi
Geography
Location Ionian Sea
Coordinates 38°27′43″N21°02′10″E / 38.462°N 21.036°E / 38.462; 21.036 Coordinates: 38°27′43″N21°02′10″E / 38.462°N 21.036°E / 38.462; 21.036
Archipelago Echinades
Administration
Greece
Region Ionian Islands
Municipality Cephalonia
Demographics
Population0 (2011)

Tsakalonisi (Greek : Τσακαλονήσι) is a small Greek island in the Ionian Sea, part of the Echinades archipelago. As of 2011, it had no resident population. [1] It is situated 0.3 km west of Provati, 0.8 km southwest of Karlonisi, 1 km southeast of Drakonera, 4 km off the coast of Aetolia-Acarnania and 27 km east of Ithaca. It is administered by the municipality of Cephalonia.

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References

  1. "Detailed census results 2011" (xls 2,7 MB) (in Greek). National Statistical Service of Greece.