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Fête to officers of the English and French forces, and the Greek army and Navy, in the Acropolis during the British-French occupation of Athens and Piraeus in 1854-57.
Departure of Empress Elizabeth of Austria from Corfu, 1858.
Kings Otto and Amalia visit Alfred Prince of Wales at the British Embassy, Athens. November 1859.
Portrait of Dimitrios Voulgaris, who was prime minister of Greece eight times.
Greek residents of London vote for the National Elections at the Greek consulate, 1862.
Tenedos island, 1863.
George I of Greece leaves for Copenhagen, 1863.
Portrait of George I of Greece.
George I of Greece attends the liturgy at the Greek church of Chirst Saviour in London, 1863.
The residents of Athens welcome George I of Greeks, October 1863 (imaginary representation). On the right, the Acropolis and the temple of Hephaestus.
George I of Greece reviews the National Guard, 1863.
Greek peasants come to Athens to welcome George I, 1863.
The Archibishop of Athens receiving King George I of Greece in front of the cathedral of Athens, 1863.
The National Guard at Athens taking the oath of allegiance to George I, 1863.
Coat of arms of the kingfom of Greece during the reign of George I.
The Grand Cross of the Greek Order of Our Saviour (highest decoration of the Greek Republic and formerly of the Kingdom of Greece), which was awarded to Victoria of Britain.
The ruins of Fort George, named after the King of Britain, at Vido, Corfu. As they left Corfu, shortly before the union of the Ionian islands and Greece, in 1864, the British destroyed all the fortifications they had built.
The Ottoman army attacks the monastery of Arcadi, Crete, November 1866.
The monastery of Arcadi, after the being blown up by the Cretans besieged inside, 1866.
The blockade-runner “Arcadi”, symbol of the Cretan revolution, towed up the Dardanelles by Ottoman ships.
The conference of Paris, 1869.
Church at Oropos where, according to popular legend, the brigand brothers Arvanitakis attended mass together with the British travellers they had taken captive (Dilesi murders, 1870).
House at Oropos, or at Dilessi, in which the British travellers abducted by the brigands Arvanitaki were held captive (Dilessi murders, 1870).
Members of the brigand band of Arvanitakis, perpetrators of the Dilessi murders, are taken to Athens to be brought to trial.
The trial of the members of the brigand band of Arvanitakis, perpetrators of the Dilessi murders.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) leaves the port of Piraeus, 1875.
George I of Greece visits Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) on board HMS “Serapis” at the port of Piraeus, 1875.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) is photographed with the King and Queen of Greece during his visit to Athens in 1875.
State breakfast given by Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) on board HMS “Serapis” to the King and Queen of Greece, 1875.
Edward, Prince of Wales (later Edward VII of England) leaving Athens, 1875. In the background, Kapnikarea church and Ermou street.