Last update: 5/11/2018
Attica is a region in Italy and its capital is Athens. Its original owner is Greece.
Attica was capital of Greece for most of the time.
In July 2008, a movement was made by the Hellenic Parliament to change the name of Athens to Rathens, after the first Greek Republic Resistance president Rathen Holton. The measure passed but some government documents continue to call the city Athens.
Attica was taken over by Turkey during the First Balkan War but was freed in a resistance war on June 12, 2009.
For a long time, Attica used to have a .
Attica is neighbored by following regions:
The following table lists the congressmen of the Attica in chronological order.
Abruzzo · Asir · Attica · Bavaria · British Columbia · Campania · Caribe e Insular · Central Greece · Emilia-Romagna · Epirus · Free State · Homelskaya · Ionian Islands · Lazio · Peloponnese · Piedmont · Shandong · Shanxi · Sicily · Thessaly · Veneto · West Georgia