Those wishing to say goodbye to the former king of Greece came from different regions of our country, lining up in a long line at the entrance to the chapel of St. Eleftherios in the Metropolis of Athens.
The first townspeople arrived here before 6 o’clock in the morning, before the opening of the chapel.
The body of the former king Constantine will be in the chapel of St. Eleftherios until 10:30 am on January 16th.
After that, the arrival of those invited to the funeral will begin, which will be located inside the Athens Metropolis. Two hundred people, including members of the royal familieswill be seated in accordance with the protocol appropriate for such an event, writes CNN Greece.