Former Greek Royal Family Vehicles Declared “Mobile Monuments”


For decades ten vehicles of the former Greek royal family located at Tatoi – Greece have remained without any maintenance.

The vehicles have been described as “mobile monuments”, and a few days ago the Greek Government’s newspaper published the decision of their classificationn as such by the Minister of Culture Aristides Baltas



According to the report these vehicles are classified as monuments because they are objects of particular technical and artistic value, related to significant events and institutions of modern Greek history,which follow the same historical whole with the rest proclaimed monuments (movable and immovable) of the former royal Tatoi estate. All vehicles are kept in the Voutatsiou building.

It is noteworthy that the decision did not include three vehicles which were used by the staff of the estate and are now in very poor condition