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- January 22: Greece is recognised as an independent country by the London Protocol. The new state had a population of approximately 750,000 persons and consisted of Peloponnesus, Rumeli and the Cyclades islands. Two-thirds of all Greeks were left outside its borders.
- April 12: The Ottoman Empire accepts Greek independence.
- October 12: Andreas Syngros, national benefactor
- Date unknown: Anastasios Karatasos