Greek War of Independence 1821

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Presidential Guard, Athens

Presidential Guard, Athens

Guards parade at Syntagma square - Athens, Greece

Guards parade at Syntagma square - Athens, Greece

Evzone on guard, Parliament building ,Greece

Evzone on guard, Parliament building ,Greece

Changing of the Guards - Athens, Greece

Changing of the Guards - Athens, Greece

Guards, Athens, Greece *

Guards, Athens, Greece *

Markos Botsaris (Greek: Μάρκος Μπότσαρης, c. 1788 – 21 August 1823) was a general and hero of the Greek War of Independence and captain of the Souliotes. Botsaris is among the most revered national heroes in Greece.

Markos Botsaris (Greek: Μάρκος Μπότσαρης, c. 1788 – 21 August 1823) was a general and hero of the Greek War of Independence and captain of the Souliotes. Botsaris is among the most revered national heroes in Greece.

Evzone Guards. The dress uniform of the Evezone Guards is based on the uniform of the Greek fighters of the 1821 war of independence and is native to Central and Southern Greece. The distinctive pleated white kilt,  the 'foustanela' is sewn on the bias from many triangular shaped pieces of fabric. It has 400 pleats to represent the 400 years of Ottoman domination.

Evzone Guards. The dress uniform of the Evezone Guards is based on the uniform of the Greek fighters of the 1821 war of independence and is native to Central and Southern Greece. The distinctive pleated white kilt, the 'foustanela' is sewn on the bias from many triangular shaped pieces of fabric. It has 400 pleats to represent the 400 years of Ottoman domination.

Markos Botsaris (c. 1788 – 21 August 1823) was a general and hero of the Greek War of Independence and captain of the Souliotes. Botsaris is among the most revered national heroes in Greece.

Markos Botsaris (c. 1788 – 21 August 1823) was a general and hero of the Greek War of Independence and captain of the Souliotes. Botsaris is among the most revered national heroes in Greece.

Ibrahim Pasha Portrait (1789 - 1848).

Ibrahim Pasha Portrait (1789 - 1848).

The Battle of Dervenakia (Greek: Μάχη των Δερβενακίων) was the Greek victory over the Ottoman forces on 26–28 July 1822, an important event in the Greek War of Independence. The destruction of Dramali Pasha's forces saved the heartland of the rebellion, the Morea, and secured it for the Greeks until the arrival of Ibrahim Pasha in 1825

The Battle of Dervenakia (Greek: Μάχη των Δερβενακίων) was the Greek victory over the Ottoman forces on 26–28 July 1822, an important event in the Greek War of Independence. The destruction of Dramali Pasha's forces saved the heartland of the rebellion, the Morea, and secured it for the Greeks until the arrival of Ibrahim Pasha in 1825

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