The women "held hands and started a dance, which was driven by an unusual heroism, with the fear of death emphasizing its rhythm"
It was the residence of Andreas Miaoulis who commanded the Greek Naval forces during the 1821 Greek War of Independence
One of the very few files Great Britain refuses to declassify to this day is the one referring to the death of Kapodistrias...
The museum when finished by 2021 will mark the 200 anniversary of the Greek War of Independence in 1821
It is estimated that 3,000 Greek men were killed during the Exodus of Missolonghi
In order to avoid capture, enslavement & humiliation, the women threw their children off a steep cliff and then while holding hands they jumped to their death one by one