Museum of the City of Athens
(7 Paparigopoulou Street, Athens)
It is housed in the neoclassical mansion on Paparrigopoulou street that belonged to Stamatis Dekozis Vouros and was used as Othon's first palace. The three large rooms on the ground floor exhibit paintings and other objects, as well as engravings of foreign visitors to Athens from the time of the Frankish occupation. The three halls of the mezzanine and the five of the first floor have been shaped as they were during the time of Otho. Some rooms have been decorated with furniture that belonged to Otho, such as the throne room, Amalia's living room and office, the kitchen, etc. Most of the museum's exhibits come from a donation by L. Eutaxias.
Source: Papyrus Larus Britannica