Syntagma Square

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Syntagma square, with the building of the Hellenic Parliament, is the centre of the city.

Until 1843 it was called Palace Square and was renamed in September of the same year, when the Bavarian king Otto was forced to convene an assembly and to grant the Constitution. Mix with the group of the tourists watching the change of Presidential Guard in front of the Monument of the Unknown Soldier or start your walk from here towards the Acropolis, Monastiraki, Plaka and Kolonaki.
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