Athens, Greece – The Greek Parliament; once King Otho’s Palace

Athens, Greece - The Greek Parliament; once King Otho's Palace © Mano Chandra Dhas

Athens, Greece – April 14, 2010: Otho’s Palace and today the Parliament of Greece, was constructed in 1847 financed by King Otho’s father, King Ludwig of Bavaria; it has been the Parliament since 1935. Located on the central Syntagma Square, it is always on tourists’ itineraries. In the foreground of the Parliament building is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The changing of the guards and their ceremonial march is of great tourist interest. The photo was taken in the light of a setting sun; horizontal format. Copy space. © Mano Chandra Dhas

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