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  2. Rare Treasures of the Tatoi Wine Cellar are Revealed - Greece Is

    Following a turbulent history in the early 20th century, Tatoi Palace became the summer residence of the Greek Royal Family until the abolition of the monarchy in 1973. Located in a densely wooded estate on the southeast slopes of Mount Parnitha , the abandoned building soon fell into disrepair.

  3. Tatoi, Greece's former royal palace to be converted into ...

    Greece’s former royal palace, Tatoi, located 27 kilometres outside Athens’ city centre is set to become a public museum by 2025. The news came in an announcement from Lina Mendoni, Greece’s ...

  4. Other royals buried at Tatoi Royal Cemetary in Athens

    Princess Katherine of Greece and Denmark was the last member of the Greek Royal Family to be buried at Tatoi after her death in 2007. Many European royals are expected to be at the King’s funeral. Queen Sofia of Spain is Constantine’s older sister and Constantine’s widow. Queen Anne-Marie is the younger sister of Queen Margrethe II of ...

  5. Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark - Wikipedia

    Prince Andrew was born at the Tatoi Palace just north of Athens on 2 February 1882, the fourth son of George I of Greece. A member of the House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, he was a prince of both Greece and Denmark, as his father was a younger son of Christian IX of Denmark. He was in the line of succession to the Greek and ...

  6. The treasures of the Tatoi Estate |

    From 1872 to 1967 Tatoi was a part of Greece's history and a major stage for political developments. As well as serving as the royal family's summer residence, the estate was also used for several government swearing-in ceremonies and many political meetings.

  7. Alexander of Greece - Wikipedia

    Alexander of Greece. Alexander ( Greek: Αλέξανδρος, Aléxandros; 1 August 1893 – 25 October 1920) [a] was King of Greece from 11 June 1917 until his death in 1920. The second son of King Constantine I, Alexander was born in the summer palace of Tatoi on the outskirts of Athens. He succeeded his father in 1917, during World War I ...

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