Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis Mansion

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The three-storied neoclassic building at the intersection of Amalias and Xenofontos street was the house of Kyriakoulis Mavromichalis, grandson of the chieftain of the Revolution in 1821 and Prime Minister for a brief period after the movement of Goudi. It was built in 1871 according to plans of Theophil Hansen and is a typical example of Athenian classicism. It was characterized as a preserved building in 1975.
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