Tsoungria

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Tsoungria
Native name:
Τσουγκριά
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The coastline of Tsoungria
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Tsoungria
Geography
Coordinates 39°07′N23°30′E / 39.12°N 23.50°E / 39.12; 23.50 Coordinates: 39°07′N23°30′E / 39.12°N 23.50°E / 39.12; 23.50
Archipelago Sporades
Highest elevation90 m (300 ft)
Administration
Greece
Region Thessaly
Regional unit Sporades
Municipality Skiathos
Demographics
Population0 (2011)

Tsougria, Tsoungria, or Tsougkria (Greek : Τσουγκριά, pronounced  [t͡suˈgrʝa] ) is a Greek island in the western part of the Sporades. As of 2011, it had no resident population, [1] as it is a protected natural habitat. It is administratively part of the municipality of Skiathos and is located southeast of the island. The island has several beaches that are popular with yachts and round-island trips.

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References

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