The Greek Parliament, or Vouli to the Greeks, is located in the Parliamentary building in Syntagma Square in Athens. In technical aspects, the Hellenic Parliament is a unicameral legislature of 300 members, elected for a term of 4 years. The building itself was built in 1843 but was only used for parliamentary purposes from 1929 onward. The main chamber of Parliament has marble and various gold ornaments, and on the second floor there is a chamber that is smaller but almost identical which should be used for the Senate. As the Senate has not existed in Greece for decades, the room no longer has an official role and is used for party meetings.