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Palamidi Castle

Palamidi Castle

Atop historic Nafplio sits Palamidi Castle.

 

 

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Arvanitia

Arvanitia

The old Arvanitia beach, complete with Café-Bar-Restaurant, originally constructed by Aristotle Onassis

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Nafplio

Nafplio

Nafplio Intro Text

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Mycenae

Mycenae

The Mycenae of today is but a small village of about 450 inhabitants, on the northeast of the Argolida valley. The village used to be known as Charvati, but in 1928 it took back its ancient name.

 

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Shopping in Nafplio

Shopping in Nafplio

Vasileos Konstantinou Street in Nafplio. Pedestrians only, a huge variety of shops and taverns in this old Venetian neighborhood.

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Argos Farmer's Market

Argos Farmer's Market

The morning farmer's market, or "Laiki"

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Great Theater of Epidauros

Great Theater of Epidauros

Located within the Sanctuary of Asklepios, one of the greatest healing centers of the ancient world

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Sanctuary of Asklepios

Sanctuary of Asklepios

 A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it was one of the most renowned healing centers of the ancient world, and houses the Great Theater of Epidauros 

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Museum of Mycenae

Museum of Mycenae

The museum built near the acropolis, is implicitly connected with it through an access network, giving the opportunity to visitors to have a complete picture of the use and function of the building and burial ensembles. The exhibition is organized into thematic sections and the findings are divided into four sections, while in the vestibule of the Museum, a scale model of the acropolis dominates the room, and is accompanied by rich visual material, which presents the myths of Mycenae and the first illustrations of the monuments by travelers.

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Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation

Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation

 

Also known as the "Laografiko," the “V. Papantoniou” Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation (PFF) is a privately supported foundation, based in Nafplion. It was founded in 1974, and its aim is the research, preservation, study and presentation of the material culture of the Peloponnese, as well as of the whole of Greece.

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