Syntagma is the Greek word for ‘constitution’. In Αθήνα, Greece it is mostly used to refer to Syntagma square, a place directly at the parliament of Greece. It is often used for political demonstrations and you can watch the guards in front of the parliament building.

1836 king Otto layed the foundation for his new palace that was used as a residence until 1910. The parliament decided to move in in 1929. Attached you can find the memorial for the unknown soldier and the national garden. Syntagma square is also the starting point for the shopping street Ermou.

Βουλή των Ελλήνων
Πλατεία Συντάγματος
Αθήνα, Greece

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