Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(Daniel, viii.)--In the eighth chapter of Daniel
the struggle is predicted between the Persian and the Grecian powers. The animals under which these powers were represented
were the ram and the he-goat. At the time this prophecy was written the Corinthian order of architecture was invented in Greece
by Callimachus. Anacreon, the poet, was alive, as well as Pythagoras, the philosopher, and the third tyranny of Pisistratus
was being endured at Athens. We give as illustrating the Grecian side of this history a picture of the Place de la Constitution.
In the center of these grounds is the residence of King George the first. This king was placed on the throne of Greece in
1863. He is the son of the king of Denmark, and brother-in-law to the Prince of Wales. He is popular with his people, and
in times of distress and calamity he leads in relieving the suffering, and in giving comfort and encouragement to the people."
Three-story palace with columns ; people can be seen on the roof; in the foreground are a horse-drawn tram and street lamps