Stamata is a municipal community of the Municipality of Dionysos in Eastern Attica, along with Agios Stefanos, Drosia Dionysos, Dionysos, Spring, Rodopoli Dionysos and Kryoneri. Surrounded by the green landscape of the Pentelian mountain, some well-known districts of the area are Amygdaleza, the Black Sea and Prokopisos. It is located 4 km south of Lake Marathon, on the northern slopes of Pentelio Mountain, at an altitude of 370. The settlement Rappenosa extends to the south of Stamata, in a mountainous area, on the Ekali-Nea Makri road. When the community was first inhabited, it was rural and in the last few years, with the ever increasing demand for housing in Attica, it gradually began to acquire a residential character. The area of the community is overgrown and is an important holiday destination for the residents of the capital. Residents in previous inventories: 347 (1971), 664 (1981), community 689 (1981), 1635 (1991), 2475 (2001). On the hill Mygdaleas have been discovered ruins of a three-aisled Early Christian basilica dated from the 5th-6th century AD. Mygdaleza is a settlement created by Asia Minor refugees after the Asia Minor Disaster and the Sharing of Populations. The settlement of Stamata belonged until 1912 to the then extended municipality of Marathon. With the implementation of the then administrative division, which abolished most of the expanded municipalities, Stamata joined the newly established Marathon community, where it remained until 1929. This year Stamata was apprehended by the Marathon community and was the seat of a separate community in which the settlements Dionysos, Ball (Rodopoli) and Russochori (Drosia). In the years to come, the extent of the community was limited. In 1950 Drosia was distracted to form a new community, in 1965 Balas was detached, forming the village of Balas (later Rodopoli), while in 1974 Dionysus was detached from the community and joined the community of Balas. Then the Stamata community will remain unchanged until the end of 2010 when it will be abolished and will join the newly established municipality of Dionysos.
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