Governor’s House in Aegina

Governor’s House in Aegina
The Governor’s House is a simple, two-storied, stone building, with a wooden tile roof, which is close to the metropolitan church of Aegina, at the centre of the city. It housed the first government of the Greek state and at the simple house of the first governor, Ioannis Kapodistrias. On the first floor, the first room was the office and then the residence of the Governor, while the ground floor housed the government services.
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