Nafplio exhibition - History of the Greek Parliament, September 8th - October 4th 2020
The Municipality of Nafplio is hosting in the Old Parliamentary building of Nafplio (called "Vouleftiko") an original exhibition, by the title "Greek Parliament - Stations of a journey of almost two hundred years". The exhibition was organized by the "Foundation of the Greek Parliament for Parliamentarism and Democracy" and is inaugurated on Tuesday, September 8th 2020, by the Speaker of the Greek Parliament, H.E. Mr. Konstantinos Tassoulas.
Scientific curators of the exhibition are the University professors Mr. Nikos Alivizatos, Evanthis Hadjivassiliou, Elias Nikolakopoulos, Vangelis Karamanolakis and the chairman of the Scientific Committee of the Parliament, Mr. Tassos Sakellaropoulos. This scientific committee, utilizing rare documents and audiovisual material, created an exhibition, which narrates almost two hundred years of parliamentary life, highlighting the key events that constitute the history of Parliamentarism in Greece.
The exhibition's material is structured in five sections: 1. The historical evolution of Parliamentarism in Greece (with four sub-periods: Starting Points 1821-1862, Consolidation 1862-1915, Divisions 1915-1974, New Beginning 1974-1989), 2. The Elections, 3 The Members of Parliament, 4. The functions of the Parliament, 5. The buildings of the Parliament.
From Wednesday, September 9th to Sunday, October 4th 2020
Vouleftiko, Nafplio Old Town, ground floor
Tuesday, September 8th 2020 at 19:00 o'clock, by H.E. the Chairman, Head of the Hellenic Parliament Mr. Constantine Tassoulas.
09:00 - 14:00 daily
Free, no charge
Did you know that?
The exhibition's opening ceremony includes a short celebratory musical program by the Municipal Chorus of Nafplio, while the Mayor of Nafplio will also address a short greeting...
At the opening ceremony, Ms. Katerina Zampeli, Head of Services of the Hellenic Parliament Foundation for Parliamentarism and Democracy and Mr. George Stathakopoulos, historian, curator of the Exhibition, will be presenting the exhibits. The event is coordinated by the journalist Mr. George Lykourentzos.