Deligiorgis Mansion

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The Deligiorgis Mansion is moment of excellent inspiration by the architect Ernst Ziller as it is evident by the original combination of arched domes, characteristic of Art Nouveau, at the openings of the first floor with the simple neoclassical lintels at the openings of the second floor. It was constructed in 1890 at the corner of Academias and Pindarou street. It is renovated in order to house the Gallery of the Hellenic Parliament.
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