Greece

         

OVAL : GR




Passenger series
Motorcycle series
Moped series
Official series
Diplomatic series
Road maintenance series
Agricultural series
Disabled veteran series
Concessionary series
Trade series
Taxi series
Truck series
Trailer series
Export series
Public commercial series
Pictures of the entire code list

Passenger series

Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal, below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
The first two letters denote the district, where IB stands for Athens.
Left of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal, below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
The first two letters denote the district, where IM stands for Athens.
Left of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal. The first two letters denote the district, where AN stands for Lasithion.
Left of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white, smaller size front plate.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal. The first two letters denote the district, where ZM stands for Athens.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal The first two letters denote the district where ZM stands for Athens.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
The first two letters denote the district where PI is used for Larisa.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
The first two letters denote the district where KY is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983 in black on white, two line plate (very rare, only seen one when I was in Greece).
The registration consists of three letter and four numerals, starting from 1000.
The national seal is above the inspection seal. There is no hyphen.
The first two letters denote the district where YI is used for Piraeus.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal. The first two letters denote the district where KY is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).
The plate has a green look, probably a plastic protection.


Greece

Current passenger series since 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of three letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
The first two letters denote the district where KY is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).
The plate has a blue look, probably a plastic protection.


Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1972 and 1983, front plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen and four numerals starting from 1000.
The first two letters denote the district and ZM (ZA-ZX) stands for Piraeus.



Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1972 and 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen and four numerals starting from 1000.
The first two letters denote the district and ZM (ZA-ZX) stands for Piraeus.
The rear plate has two panels. At the left is a panel with the national seal above the inspection seal.
At the right hand side of the plate is a panel with the code number of the district where 1 stands for Athens and Piraeus.


Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1972 and 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen and four numerals starting from 1000.
The first two letters denote the district and IM (IM-IO) stands for Corfu (Kerkyra).
The rear plate has two panels. At the left is a panel with the national seal above the inspection seal.
At the right hand side of the plate is a panel with the code number of the district where 42 stands for Corfu.


Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1972 and 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen and four numerals starting from 1000.
The first two letters denote the district and IK stands for Attica, East and West.
The rear plate has two panels. At the left is a panel with the national seal above the inspection seal.
At the right hand side of the plate is a panel with the code number of the district where 1 stands for Athens and Piraeus.


Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1972 and 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen and four numerals starting from 1000.
The first two letters denote the district and HY stands for Attica, East and West.
The rear plate has two panels. At the left is a panel with the national seal above the inspection seal.
At the right hand side of the plate is a panel with the code number of the district where 2 stands for Attica, East and West.


Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1972 and 1983, rear plate in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, a hyphen and four numerals starting from 1000.
The first two letters denote the district and TT stands for Attica, East and West.
The rear plate has two panels. At the left is a panel with the national seal above the inspection seal.
At the right hand side of the plate is a panel with the code number of the district where 1 stands for Athens and Piraeus.


Greece

Former passenger series issued between 1956 and 1971 in black on white.
The registration consists of 6 numerals.
Above the plate is a blue panel with two letters denoting the district and two letters denoting the vehicle type.
In between these two pairs of letters is the inspection seal and the national seal.
In this case HΠ stands for Ipiros and IX is used for private vehicles.


Greece

Former series in white on black.
The registration consists of 4 numerals (2137).
Nothing more about this registration is known.


Motorcycle series

Greece

Current motorcycle series since 1983, with euroband since 2004, in black on white, always two line plate.
The registration consists of three letter above three numerals.
Top left is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the 12 European golden stars.
Bottom left is the national seal.
The first two letters denote the district where PP stands for Larisa.


Greece

Current motorcycle series since 1983, with euroband since 2004, in black on white, always two line plate.
The registration consists of three letter above three numerals.
On the right hand side of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the 12 European golden stars.
Bottom right is some kind of revalidation sticker (2006).
The first two letters denote the district where BE stands for Piraeus.


Greece

Current motorcycle series since 1983 in black on white, always two line plate.
The registration consists of three letter above three numerals.
The national seal and the revalidation seal are in a band at the right hand side of the plate.
The first two letters denote the district where IB is used for Athens.


Greece

Current motorcycle series since 1983 in black on white, always two line plate.
The registration consists of three letter above three numerals.
The national seal is in a band at the right hand side of the plate. Bottom right is some kind of revalidation sticker (2006).
The first two letters denote the district where TP is used for Trikala.


Greece

Current motorcycle series since 1983 in black on white, always two line plate.
The registration consists of three letter above one numeral, starting from 1.
The national seal is in a band at the right hand side of the plate. There is no hyphen.
The first two letters denote the district where KY is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Greece

Current motorcycle series since 1983 in black on white, always two line plate.
The registration consists of three letters above three numerals.
There is no national seal and no hyphen.
The first two letters denote the district where KY is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Greece

Former motorcycle series issued between 1972 and 1983 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals starting from 100.
The first two letters denote the district and IM (IM-IO) stands for Corfu (Kerkyra).
The plate has two panels. At the left is a panel with the national seal.
At the right hand side of the plate is a panel with the code number of the district where 42 stands for Corfu


Greece

Former motorcycle series issued between 1972 and 1983 in black on white.
The registration consists of two letters, followed by three numerals starting from 100.
The first two letters (and the first numeral) denote the district and IP1 stands for Trikkala.
The plate has no panels.


Greece

Former motorcycle series issued between 1956 and 1971 in black on white.
The registration consists of 5 numerals.
Above the plate is a blue panel with two letters denoting the district and two letters denoting the vehicle type.
In between these two pairs of letters is the national seal.
In this case HΠ stands for Ipiros and IX is used for private vehicles.


Moped series

Greece

Current moped series in black on white.
The registration consists of three smaller letters in a panel above three numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding. There were many MBO series in Corfu.


Greece

Current moped series in black on white.
The registration consists of three smaller letters in a panel above two numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding. There were many MBO series in Corfu.


Greece

Current moped series in black on white.
The registration consists of three smaller letters in a panel above two numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding.


Greece

Current moped series in black on white.
The registration consists of two smaller letters in a panel above four numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding.


Greece

Current moped series in white on black.
The registration consists of three smaller letters above four numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding.


Greece

Current moped series in white on black.
The registration consists of two smaller letters above four numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding.


Greece

Current moped series in white on black.
The registration consists of three smaller letters above three numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding.


Greece

Current moped series in white on red.
The registration consists of two smaller letters above four numerals.
The letters denote some kind of coding.


Greece

Former moped series in black on red.
The registration consists of three letters.
Above the registration is a yellow band. At the left is IX, which stands for private vehicle.
At the right is the year of issue. In this case 1970.


Official series

Greece

Current official series since 1991, front plate in black on orange.
The registration consists of KY, a hyphen and four numerals.
KY stands for government plates.


Greece

Current official series since 1991, front plate in black on orange.
The registration consists of KHI, a hyphen and four numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and KHI stands for government plates.


Greece

Current official series since 1991, rear plate in black on orange.
The registration consists of KHI, a hyphen and four numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and KHI stands for government plates.


Greece

Current official series since 1991, rear plate in black on orange.
The registration consists of KHY, a hyphen and four numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
KHY stands for government plates.


Greece

Current official series in black on white.
The registration consists of ΠΣ followed by four numerals, starting from 1000.
ΠΣ is used for the fire service.


Greece

Current official series in white on blue.
The registration consists of OA followed by a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
OA stands for Olympic Airways and can be seen on Airports.


Greece

Current official series, front plate in white on blue.
The registration consists of E.A. followed by five numerals, starting from 10000.
Between EA and the five numerals is the national seal.
EA is used for the police.


Greece

Current official series, rear plate in white on blue.
The registration consists of E.A. followed by five numerals, starting from 10000.
Between EA and the five numerals is the national seal.
EA is used for the police.


Greece

Current official series, rear plate in white on blue.
The registration consists of E.A. followed by five numerals, starting from 10000.
Between EA and the five numerals is the national seal.
EA is used for the police.


Greece

Current official series, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of E.A. followed by five numerals, starting from 10000.
EA is used for the police. Note that there is no national seal and that the plate is black on white instead of blue on white.


Greece

Current official series, rear plate in white on black.
The registration consists of EA followed by five numerals, starting from 10000.
EA is used for the police. Note that there is no national seal and that the plate is black on white instead of blue on white.
There are also no dots after the E and the A.


Diplomatic series

Greece

Current diplomatic series since mid 2012 in white on blue.
The registration consists of the Greek letters ΔΣ, followed by two numerals, a hyphen and one numeral.
The first two numerals denote the embassy where 33 stands for Sweden. The last numeral 1 is reserved for the ambassador.
Left of the plate is the official seal above CD


Greece

Current administrative, technical and consular staff series since mid 2012 in black on orange.
The registration consists of the Greek letters ΞΑ, followed by a hyphen and five numerals.
Top right is the national seal.


Greece

Former diplomatic series issued between 1990 and mid 2012, rear plate in light green on dark green.
The registration consists of ΔΣ, two numerals, a hyphen, two numerals and CD.
The first number denotes the embassy. In this case 55 stands for China.


Road maintenance series

Greece

Current road maintenance series in black on yellow.
The registration consists of five numerals. In the panel above the registration is ME IX in between which is the national seal.


Greece

Former road maintenance series in black on yellow.
The registration consists of five numerals. In the panel above the registration is IX ME in between which is the national seal.


Agricultural series

Greece

Current agriculture series since 1989 in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals. At the left is a panel with the letters AM below the national seal.
Above the registration is the name of the district. In this case KERKYPA, which stands for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Greece

Current agriculture series since 1989 in black on white.
The registration consists of five numerals. At the left is a panel with the letters AM below the national seal.
Above the registration is the name of the district. In this case KERKYPA, which stands for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Disabled veteran series

Greece

Current disabled veteran series, front plate in white on blue.
The registration consists of AN.Π. (Anaperos Polemou or disabled war), followed by a hyphen and four numerals.


Greece

Current disabled veteran series, rear plate in white on blue.
The registration consists of AN.Π. (Anaperos Polemou or disabled war), followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
At the left of the plate is a panel with the national seal above another (military ?) seal.


Concessionary series

Greece

Current concessionary series since 1992, smaller size front plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters KX, followed by one letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.


Greece

Current concessionary series since 1992, rear plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters KX, followed by one letter, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.


Greece

Current concessionary series since 1992, rear plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters MO, followed by one letter (O, P, T, Y or X), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.


Greece

Current concessionary series since 1992, rear plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters MO, followed by one letter (O, P, T, Y or X), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.


Greece

Former concessionary series issued between 1989 and 1992, smaller front plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters AM, followed by one letter (O, P, T, Y or X), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.
The AM series was exhausted in 1992.


Greece

Former concessionary series issued between 1989 and 1992, rear plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters AM, followed by one letter (O, P, T, Y or X), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.
The AM series was exhausted in 1992.


Greece

Former concessionary series issued between 1989 and 1992, rear plate in red on white.
This series is used for families with more than 4 children.
The registration consists of the letters AM, followed by one letter (O, P, T, Y or X), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
This series was also used for non-Greek residents who import vehicles.
The AM series was exhausted in 1992.


Trade series

Greece

Current trade plate in black on white.
The registration consists of ΔOK (Dokime or Trial), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
At the left is a panel with the national seal above the letter E, that stands for passenger vehicles.


Greece

Current trade plate in black on white.
The registration consists of ΔOK (Dokime or Trial), a hyphen and three numerals (although being a vehicle and no motorcycle).
At the left is a panel with the national seal above the letters ΦΛ (Fortigo Dimosias or Lorry Public),
that stand for commercial vehicles.


Taxi series

Greece

Current taxi series since 2002, smaller size front plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters TA, followed by one letter, a hyphen and four numerals.
The series TAZ-1651 until TAZ–1850 are allocated to Corfu (Kerkyra).
Above the hyphen is the national seal.


Greece

Current taxi series since 2002, rear plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters TA, followed by one letter, a hyphen and four numerals.
The series TAZ-1651 until TAZ–1850 are allocated to Corfu (Kerkyra).
Above the hyphen is the national seal.


Greece

Former taxi series issued between August 1986 and 2002, front plate in red on white.
The registration consists of one letter, a hyphen and 4 numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and at the left side of the plate is EΔX, vertically aligned.
The numbers are issued in blocks to districts where the block T-1201 - T-2000 is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Greece

Former taxi series issued between August 1986 and 2002, rear plate in red on white.
The registration consists of one letter, a hyphen and 4 numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and at the left side of the plate is EΔX, vertically aligned.
At the top of the plate is N. followed by the name of the province in which the taxi operates (in Greek), in this case KEPKYPAΣ or Corfu.
The numbers are issued in blocks to districts where the block T-1201 - T-2000 is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Greece

Former taxi series issued between August 1986 and 2002, rear plate in red on white.
The registration consists of one letter, a hyphen and 4 numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and at the left side of the plate is EΔX, vertically aligned.
At the top of the plate is N. followed by the name of the province in which the taxi operates (in Greek), in this case KEPKYPAΣ or Corfu.
The numbers are issued in blocks to districts where the block T-1201 - T-2000 is used for Corfu (Kerkyra).


Truck series

Greece

Current truck series since 2002, smaller size front plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters NXY, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal.
Series starting with the letters NXY are used for local area trucks.


Greece

Current truck series since 2002, rear plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters NXY, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
Series starting with the letters NXY are used for local area trucks.


Greece

Current truck series since 2002, rear plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters EKB (EKA, EKB, EKE), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
Series starting with the letters EKA, EKB or EKE are used for trucks traveling nationwide.


Greece

Current truck series since 2002, smaller size front plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters IAE, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal.
Series starting with the letters IAE are used for trucks licensed for international trade.


Greece

Current truck (trailer) series since 2002 in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters IAE, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Above the hyphen is the national seal while below the hyphen is an inspection seal.
Series starting with the letters IAE are used for trucks licensed for international trade.


Greece

Current truck series since 2002, front plate in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters IAE, a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Left of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.
Series starting with the letters IAE are used for trucks licensed for international trade.


Trailer series

Greece

Current trailer series over 3.5 tonnes not having a regular prime mover in black on white, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of the letter P, followed by a hyphen and five numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and below the hyphen an inspection seal.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.


Greece

Current trailer series over 3.5 tonnes not having a regular prime mover in black on white, with euroband since 2004.
The registration consists of the letter P, followed by a hyphen and five numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal.
Left of the registration is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.


Greece

Current trailer series over 3.5 tonnes not having a regular prime mover in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter P, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and below the hyphen an inspection seal.


Greece

Current trailer series over 3.5 tonnes not having a regular prime mover in black on white.
The registration consists of the letter P, followed by a hyphen and five numerals.
Above the hyphen is the national seal and below the hyphen an inspection seal.


Greece

Current trailer series since 2002, in black on yellow.
The registration consists of the letters EKB (EKA, EKB, EKE), a hyphen and four numerals, starting from 1000.
Series starting with the letters EKA, EKB or EKE are used for trucks traveling nationwide.
Note that this is the same registration as the carrier in the picture above.


Export series

Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where B stands for Piraeus (Central Customs).
Since 2006, to the right are two stickers indicating the year and month of expiry, in this case September 2015.


Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where B stands for Piraeus (Central Customs).
Since 2006, to the right are two stickers indicating the year and month of expiry, in this case October 2011.
Note that the expiry date is different on the front plate than on the rear plate (see next picture).


Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where B stands for Piraeus (Central Customs).
Since 2006, to the right are two stickers indicating the year and month of expiry, in this case September 2010.
Note that the expiry date is different on the front plate than on the rear plate (see previous picture).


Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where A stands for Piraeus (Central Customs).
Since 2006, to the right are two stickers indicating the year and month, in this case January 2010.


Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where T stands for Thessaloniki.
To the right is a two year digit over the month, in this case April 2003.


Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where T stands for Thessaloniki.
To the right is a two year digit over the month, in this case April 2003.


Greece

Current export series since 1998 in green on white.
The registration consists of one letter, followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
The first letter denotes the area where A stands for Piraeus (Central Customs).
To the right is a two year digit over the month, in this case September 2002.


Public commercial series

Greece

Former public commercial series issued between 1991 and 2002 in red on white.
The registration consists of three letters (from PNI to PNP), followed by a hyphen and four numerals.
On top of the registration is a panel with the three Greek letters ΦΔX and the national seal.


Greece

Former public commercial (trailer) series issued between 1991 and 2002 in red on white.
The registration consists of three letters (from PNI to PNP), followed by four numerals.
Left of the plate is a blue euroband with the oval GR in white below the twelve European golden stars.


Greek vehicle registration plates start with a group of three letters, the first two indicating the city or province.
Pictures of the entire code list

  • AB
  •       Kavala       Kavala
  • AE
  •       Lasithi       Agios Nikolaos
  • AH
  •       Xanthi       Xanthi
  • AI
  •       Agrinio
  • AK
  •       Lakonia       Sparta
  • AM
  •       Fokis       Amfissa
  • AN
  •       Lasithi       Agios Nikolaos
  • AP
  •       Argolis       Nafplion
  • AT
  •       Arta       Arta
  • AX
  •       Achaïa       Patras
  • AZ
  •       Achaïa       Patras
  • BB
  •       Magnisia       Volos
  • BE
  •       Peiraias       Piraeus
  • BH
  •       Peiraias       Piraeus
  • BI
  •       Voiotia       Boeotia
  • BK
  •       Attiki       Anatoliki
  • BM
  •       Attiki       Anatoliki
  • BN
  •       Attiki       Dytiki
  • BP
  •       Attiki       Dytiki
  • BO
  •       Magnisia       Volos
  • BZ
  •       Peiraias       Piraeus
  • EB
  •       Evros       Alexandroupoli
  • EE
  •       Pella       Edessa
  • EE
  •       Evvoia
  • EM
  •       Kyklades       Cyclades
  • EP
  •       Serres       Serres
  • ET
  •       Kerkyra
  • EY
  •       Lefkada       Lefkada
  • EZ
  •       Kyklades       Cyclades
  • HA
  •       Ilia       Pyrgos
  • HK
  •       Irakleio       Candia
  • HM
  •       Imathia       Veroia
  • HN
  •       Thesprotia       Igoumenitsa
  • HP
  •       Irakleio       Candia
  • IB
  •       Athina
  • IE
  •       Athina
  • IH
  •       Athina
  • IK
  •       Athina
  • IM
  •       Athina
  • IN
  •       Ioannina       Ioannina
  • IO
  •       Athina
  • IP
  •       Athina
  • IT
  •       Athina
  • IY
  •       Athina
  • IZ
  •       Athina
  • KA
  •       Karditsa       Karditsa
  • KB
  •       Kavala       Kavala
  • KE
  •       Kefallonia       Cephalonia
  • KH
  •       Evrytania       Karpenisi
  • KI
  •       Kilkis       Kilkis
  • KK
  •       Rodopi       Komotini
  • KM
  •       Messinia       Kalamata
  • KN
  •       Pieria       Katerini
  • KO
  •       Rodopi       Komotini
  • KP
  •       Korinthia       Korinthos
  • KT
  •       Kastoria       Kastoria
  • KX
  •       Kos       Kos
  • KY
  •       Kerkyra       Kerkyra
  • KZ
  •       Kozani       Kozani
  • MB
  •       Samos       Samos
  • ME
  •       Aitolia kai Akarnania       Mesolongi
  • MH
  •       Limnos       Myrina
  • MI
  •       Fthiotis       Lamia
  • MO
  •       Samos       Samos
  • MT
  •       Lesvos       Mytilini
  • MY
  •       Lesvos       Mytilini
  • NA
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NB
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NE
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NH
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NI
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NK
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NM
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NN
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NO
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NP
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NT
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NY
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NX
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • NZ
  •       Thessaloniki       Thessaloniki
  • OP
  •       Orestiada       Orestiada
  • PA
  •       Florina       Florina
  • PB
  •       Korinthia       Korinthos
  • PE
  •       Rethymno       Rethymno
  • PH
  •       Rethymno       Rethymno
  • PI
  •       Larisa       Larisa
  • PK
  •       Dodekanisos       Rodos
  • PM
  •       Drama       Drama
  • PN
  •       Grevena       Grevena
  • PO
  •       Dodekanisos       Rodos
  • PZ
  •       Preveza       Preveza
  • TK
  •       Trikala       Trikala
  • TP
  •       Arkadia       Tripoli
  • XA
  •       Evvoia       Chalkida
  • XB
  •       Chalkidiki       Polygyros
  • XE
  •       Athina
  • XH
  •       Athina
  • XI
  •       Chios       Chios
  • XK
  •       Chalkidiki       Polygyros
  • XN
  •       Chania       Chania
  • X0
  •       Chios       Chios
  • XP
  •       Athina
  • XT
  •       Athina
  • XY
  •       Athina
  • XX
  •       Athina
  • XZ
  •       Athina
  • YA
  •       Athina
  • YB
  •       Athina
  • YE
  •       Athina
  • YH
  •       Athina
  • YI
  •       Peiraias
  • YK
  •       Peiraias
  • YM
  •       Peiraias
  • YN
  •       Peiraias
  • YO
  •       Attiki, Dytiki
  • YP
  •       Attiki, Dytiki
  • YT
  •       Attiki, Dytiki
  • YX
  •       Attiki, Anatoliki
  • YY
  •       Attiki, Anatoliki
  • YZ
  •       Athina
  • ZA
  •       Zakynthos       Zakynthos
  • ZH
  •       Athina
  • ZI
  •       Athina
  • ZK
  •       Athina
  • ZM
  •       Athina
  • ZN
  •       Peiraias
  • ZP
  •       Peiraias
  • ZT
  •       Attiki, Dytiki
  • ZX
  •       Attiki, Anatoliki
  • ZY
  •       Attiki, Anatoliki
  • ZZ
  •       Athina


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