About Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
Protected by Evzones, the presidential guard, the Tomb of the Unknown Solider commemorates Greek soldiers who were casualties of wars. Every hour, visitors flock to see the changing of the guard, especially at 11am on Sundays, when it is accompanied by an elaborate procession and marching band.
The neoclassical Parliament building on Syntagma Square the centre of Athens has been the seat of Government since 1935 and was previously the Old Royal Palace built for King Otto.
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