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Syntagma Square is the central square in Athens. It is an important square both from historical and social point of view.
It is named after the constitution that the first king of Greece Ottowaas obliged to grant after a popular military uprising. Opposite to the square is the Greek parliament surrounded by beautiful national gardens which is open to the public. The changing of the guard ceremony is conducted in front of the tomb of unknown soldier on the area between Syntagma Square and parliament building.
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