The Monarchy of Greece was created by the London Conference of 1832 at which the First Hellenic Republic was abolished. … There was a referendum in 1920 to restore Constantine I as monarch, but four years later the Second Hellenic Republic was established and the monarchy was abolished following a referendum in 1924.
Does Greece still have royalty?
The voters confirmed the abolition of the monarchy by a vote of 69% to 31% and the establishment of a parliamentary democracy in Greece.
Who is the current king of Greece?
Constantine II of Greece
|Born||2 June 1940 Psychiko, Athens, Greece|
|Spouse||Anne-Marie of Denmark ( m. 1964)|
|Issue||Princess Alexia Pavlos, Crown Prince of Greece Prince Nikolaos Princess Theodora Prince Philippos|
Will Greece bring back the monarchy?
Twelve royal carriages which once belonged to Greece’s royal family and were rediscovered in 2020 at the premises of the famous Tatoi Palace, on the outskirts of Athens, have been approved for restoration, the Greek Ministry of Culture announced on Tuesday.
When did Greece lose its monarchy?
On June 1, 1973, the military regime ruling Greece proclaimed a republic and abolished the Greek monarchy.
Why do the Greek royal family still have titles?
The correct form of address is: King Constantine, former King of the Hellenes and so on for the family members. This ensues from the Treaty of Vienna, 1815, whereby titles are maintained for life, even when the status ceases to be active.
Where is the Greek royal family now?
King Constantine II and Queen Anne-Marie currently live in Greece. The exiled King sold his Hampstead property in London in 2013 when he returned to Greece. King Constantine spent 46 years living in the Hampstead property with his wife and their children.
When did France stop having a king?
France’s monarchy ended with the French Revolution.
King Louis XVI of France took the throne in 1774, but food shortages and economic troubles prompted mass rebellion in the form of the French Revolution in 1789. The monarchy was then formally abolished in 1792.