Museums of Nafplio & Argolis


Archaeological museum of Nafplio

The archaeological museum of Nafplio is housed at the imposing Venetian stone-built building that with its impressive size and its strict, symmetric form, blocks off the western part of Syntagma square.
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Archaeological museum of Epidaurus

The archaeological museum of Epidaurus is located within the Archaeological Site of the sanctum of Asclepius in Epidavros, that was the metropolis of all asclepei of the ancient world.
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Archaeological museum of Mycenae

Mycenae Archaeological Museum is located within the archaeological site of Mycenae. It is structured in such a way as to preserve the material from the excavation of the citadel of Mycenae, its immediate area and the greater surrounding area complementing to their tour.
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Archaeological museum of Argos

At the Archaeological Museum of Argos, artifacts from the area of the city of Argos, the western part of the Argolic plain and the mountain area of Argolis are being housed. They are dated back from the prehistoric periods up until the roman period.
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Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Museum

The benevolent Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Museum “V. Papantoniou” was founded in 1974 and is based in Nafplio. Its purpose is to research, preserve, study and promote the later Hellenic civilization.
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