Villa Chatzilazarou / Siaga


  • Coordinates:

    40.604316, 22.952939

  • Address:

    131 Vas. Olgas Str

The two-storey neoclassical building was built in 1890 by architect Paionidis on behalf of Chatzilazarou family. It was Constantine’s house, the successor to the Greek Royal throne and leader of the Greek army, after Thessaloniki’s liberation by the Greek army in 1912. When King of Greece George was assassinated, in 1913 in Thessaloniki, his body was exposed for public veneration in Villa Chatzilazarou. Today the house belongs to the Siaga family.