Nothing special about this building. Came here to see the changing of the guards and their march. Quite different. Poor guards. It was such a hot day and they stand without moving for an hour
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It is not a remarkable building but capture your attention with his columns and greek style, is something you will see from far away when going to syntagma square, because is huge.
The Parliament of the country. Here you can also see the changing of the guards every hour. Nearby is the Syntagma station, and National Gardens.
Best to see in on the hour when the guards are changing. During weekend they have a parade uniform. Otherwise the building is close for public.
Can't actually go into the parliament building (unless by special invitation!) but if in area or travelling by on bus it is well worth seeing changing of the guard.
This building housed the first king of Greece in times gone. Now its the greek parliament building. The building is the big yellow building opposite Syntagma square and it seems there is always a crowd in front of it as the visitors look on at...More
I was staying at the Grande Bretagne, right adjacent to Syntagma Square and the Hellenic Parliament, where there has been constant action in recent years. Behind in one of the photos you can also see the Roman arena and the gardens. You'll also get to...More