O Piraeus (Piraeus in ancient Greek) is a town , part of the agglomeration of Athens and has the most important port of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean. Piraeus is included in the municipality of Piraeus , which according to the 2011 Census covers an area of 10.9 square kilometers and a population of 163,688, making it the fourth largest in the country’s population after the mergers that caused the Kallikratis Program and the largest city in Greece.
The Piraeus Regional Unity consists of the homonymous municipality and four more municipalities (Municipality of Nikaia – Agios Ioannis Rentis, Municipality of Korydallos, Municipality of Keratsini – Drapetsona, Municipality of Perama), with a total population of 448,997 and 448,997 inhabitants. part of the capital city. The center of Piraeus is about 10 kilometers from the center of Athens, which is a historic seaport.
Piraeus is today the most important industrial center of the country and the largest commercial center of the Greek economy, while it has Europe’s largest (passenger) port, connecting the capital with the Aegean islands and being an important destination for cruise ships. within the Mediterranean.
SOURCE: ΑΠΟΦΡΑΚΤΙΚΗ ΠΕΙΡΑΙΑΣ .
PIERCE BLOCKS SHIP BLOCKS
Piraeus Blockades also undertakes blockades in the port of Piraeus :
- Blocking of Ships in Piraeus
- Blockages of sailing boats Piraeus
- Yacht Blockages Piraeus
- Piraeus Cruise Ships Obstructions
- Blockades of merchant ships Piraeus
- Blockades Piraeus port