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  2. Tatoi Palace - Wikipedia

    Tatoi ( Greek: Τατόι, pronounced [ta.ˈto.i]) was the summer palace and 42 km 2 (10,000 acres) estate of the former Greek royal family. The area is a densely wooded southeast-facing slope of Mount Parnitha, and its ancient and current official name is Dekeleia.

  3. Tatoi Palace – Acharnes, Greece - Atlas Obscura

    Tatoi Palace. George Pachantouris (cc by 2.0) This sprawling 10,000-acre estate was the summer palace of the former Greek Royal Family. Now abandoned, its decaying buildings and dense woods are a ...

  4. Exploring Tatoi Royal Palace | The Official Athens Guide

    A 45-minute drive from central Athens, the Tatoi estate is hidden in the hills above the suburb of Varibobi, in the shadow of mighty Mount Parnitha to the west. The only way to get there is by car. Aim for Tatoiou Street and follow it all the way into the forest.

  5. Constantine II of Greece - Wikipedia

    Tatoi Palace (pictured) was seized from Constantine by the government. In 1992, Constantine reclaimed all the movable property from the palace of Tatoi, which was transported in containers to the residence of the royal couple in exile amid shouts of citizens.

  6. Tatoi: The Glorious Past and Promising Future of Greece's ...

    As Greece ’s new conservative government of Kyriakos Mitsotakis declared its intention to revive the famous Tatoi Palace and bring its glorious past back to life, many have been wondering what the story is behind this historic place, which shaped Greece ’s political life in the 20th century.

  7. King Alexander I: The Greek King Killed by a Monkey

    On 2 October 1920, King Alexander was walking his German Shepherd dog Fritz in the private gardens at Tatoi Palace. One of the palace stewards owned Barbary Macaque monkeys. Fritz and a monkey started to fight. The king stepped in to the melee to part them.

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