On January 10, 2023, a few days ago, an important event will be added to Greek and world history: on this day, the last monarch of Greek history, Constantine II, died of illness at the age of 83 (1940-2023, reigned 1964-1967).
Regarding the life of Constantine II, the author will not go into detail, the majority of netizens search for it themselves.
The author wants to extend more important knowledge from Constantine II, Constantine II is the last monarch of a country, so is there still the last monarch of the country still alive? As a master of world history, the author told the majority of netizens that there are three, namely:
Simeon II, the last monarch of Bulgaria, belonged to the Gotha dynasty of Saxe-Coburg
The last monarch of Egypt, Fouad II, belonged to the Farouk dynasty
The last monarch of Nepal, Gyanendra, belonged to the Shah dynasty
In fact, the author introduced the four last monarchs who are still alive more than two years ago, including Constantine II, and now that he has died, Simeon II, Fouad II, and Gyanendra remain, perhaps confirming a historical fact: the monarchy is gradually drifting away.
The first three pictures are of Constantine II, and the last three are of Simeon II, Fouad II, and Gyanendra.