The building of the Ionian Parliament is a neoclassical construction in the Old Town of Corfu, found very close to the Town Hall and Spianada square. This beautiful building was constructed in 1853 by a local architect, Ioannis Chronis. Its historical importance this building, while in September 1963, the Ionian Parliament voted for the unification of the Ionian islands with the rest of the Greek state. It was a very important decision especially for Corfu to get free from the British rule and be united with Greece.