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.
On October 2, 1920, a Mediterranean macaque (Macaca sylvanus) kept by the vineyard steward was attacked by the king's German shepherd in the Tatoi Palace vineyard. The young king tried to separate the two entangled animals, but was accidentally bitten in the torso by the monkey, with a deep wound.
Tatoi Royal Cemetery Princess Elisabeth of Greece and Denmark (Greek: Πριγκίπισσα Ελισάβετ της Ελλάδας και Δανίας) (24 May 1904 – 11 January 1955) was the middle daughter of Prince Nicholas of Greece and Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna of Russia. Biography Early life Elizabeth was born on 24 May 1904 at Tatoi, Greece.
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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
Airbnb announced it will support “Greek Historic Houses Visits 2024”, a project of ELLINIKI ETAIRIA – Society for the Environment and Cultural Heritage (ELLET) which will take place on 24-26 May 2024. In the framework of ELLET’s programme, 10 privately-owned historic houses all around Greece will be open to the public free of charge on ...
The military history of Greece between the end of the second Persian invasion of Greece and the Peloponnesian War (479–431 BC) is not well supported by surviving ancient sources.
Crown Princess of Greece for her English cottage in the woods of Tatoi, above Athens. Made ‘Upholsterers by Special Appointment to Her Majesty Queen Victoria’ (1892) Furniture and carpets for the palace of the Queen’s Viceroy in India at Simla (1892)