Re-reading the article, I see that a part of it will be turned into museum and other part into hotel/spa.
I still think it's extremely disrespectful considering the history of the place.
Disrespectful and sad...hopefully at least the architecture will be preserved.
Doesn't Greece have something like "monument protection"? (Or is Tatoi not considered important enough?)
We basically have "get as much money as you can" attitude and "let's let everything got lost and forgotten because we don't bother enough" attitude - and that goes for the majority of our governments since 1974 (after dictatorship ended).
Is beyond me why a historical place should be turned into a spa.
it's not we have other 5 palaces as museums so it won't be that bad if one palace will be used diferrentely. We don't have any other palace (apart from our current parliament).