Tomb of Alexander Ypsilantis

αλέξανδρος υψηλάντης ταφικό μνημείο

The tomb is the only example of a “sleeping” male figure on a sarcophagus in Greece. The classical type monument is attributed to the sculptor Leonidas Drosis (1834 or 1836 or 1843 – 1882), created around 1869. In 1964, It was placed at the Pedion Areos, one of the largest public parks in Athens, where it can still be seen today.

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