Queen Anne-Marie of Greece's Long Lost Wedding Dress Was Just Found at Tatoi Palace Three years after their wedding, the Greek royal family was forced into exile by a military coup. Queen...
Credit: Royal Family King Charles, a staunch Philhellene, wore a Greek flag tie during the official visit of the South Korean President in London earlier in the week. The Greek flag tie is believed to have been purchased in one of King Charle’s visits to Athens.
Tatoi Palace was home to generations of the Greek Royal Family before they were exiled and the Monarchy eventually abolished following referendums. The palace itself was abandoned after their...
Credit: Facebook/Andreas Megos. This was the wedding dress worn by former Queen Anna-Maria to say “I do” to former King Constantine of Greece which had disappeared for 59 years and was rediscovered recently at the former royal residences at Tatoi, just north of Athens. The gown was discovered earlier in November.
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.
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- King Paul was born in the Royal Palace of Tatoi on 14 December 1901 as Prince of Greece and Denmark. He was the fourth child in a row of the then Crown Prince Constantine and his wife Princess Sofia. On January 9, 1938, he married in Athens Princess Frederica of Hanover, who was the daughter of his first cousin, Victoria-Louise of Prussia. He had 3 children from his marriage: • Queen Sofia of Spain in 1938 • King Constantine II of the Greeks in 1940, • Princess Irene of Greece in 1942. On SeptemTikTok
Some of the manmade monuments to see include the Classical Era Phyle Fortress, the Pankaton, the Eleftrae fortress, and the Byzantine Monastery of Kleiston. The 19th century home of the Greek royal family, Tatoi Palace, is also there – but has been abandoned. Natural sights include Beletsi Lake, the Cave of Panas, and the Gorge of Gouras.