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DOMAINE SKOURAS / ΚΤΗΜΑ ΣΚΟΥΡΑ Ο.Α.Ε. "Domaine Skouras is located in the Northeastern Peloponnese, in Argolida, close to the provinces of Corinthia and Arcadia, just a few kilometres from Argos, in the village of Malandreni. The winery is situated within the Nemea zone, the largest and possibly the most exciting Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for red wines in Greece. Mantinia, another important PDO region for white wines, is in close proximity, while the surrounding areas have excellent terroirs, although not of PDO status. Across all of these locations, Domaine Skouras owns a number of very interesting vineyards."
DOMAINE SKOURAS / ΚΤΗΜΑ ΣΚΟΥΡΑ Ο.Α.Ε.
DOMAINE SKOURAS / ΚΤΗΜΑ ΣΚΟΥΡΑ Ο.Α.Ε. "Domaine Skouras is located in the Northeastern Peloponnese, in Argolida, close to the provinces of Corinthia and Arcadia, just a few kilometres from Argos, in the village of Malandreni. The winery is situated within the Nemea zone, the largest and possibly the most exciting Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) for red wines in Greece. Mantinia, another important PDO region for white wines, is in close proximity, while the surrounding areas have excellent terroirs, although not of PDO status. Across all of these locations, Domaine Skouras owns a number of very interesting vineyards."
Ktima Bairaktaris "Vineyard cultivation was a tradition for Bairaktaris’ family that passed from one generation to the next, learning how to care for the land and its fruits with unconditional love and affection. In 2005, however, Christos Bairaktaris decided to give a more modern form to this family tradition. This is how Domaine Bairaktaris was born. It is a family business based on its own vineyards, rooted in the plain of Nemea where the wonderful ecosystem and microclimate of the area, combined with the clayey, fertile soil, gives the famous wines of Nemea."
Ktima Bairaktaris
83 El. Venizelou
Ktima Bairaktaris "Vineyard cultivation was a tradition for Bairaktaris’ family that passed from one generation to the next, learning how to care for the land and its fruits with unconditional love and affection. In 2005, however, Christos Bairaktaris decided to give a more modern form to this family tradition. This is how Domaine Bairaktaris was born. It is a family business based on its own vineyards, rooted in the plain of Nemea where the wonderful ecosystem and microclimate of the area, combined with the clayey, fertile soil, gives the famous wines of Nemea."
FOUGARO ARTCENTER "The historic industrial space of "Fougaro" is a landmark for Nafplio city since it is situated in the area formerly used as the Canning Industry "Anthos". Just three kilometers away from the city of Nafplio, situated in Aslklipiou St, the "Fougaro" has been transformed into a place of Recreation and Expressiveness, featuring an art and sciences library, exhibition and concert rooms, art workshops for the young and the old, a cafeteria and the "Art-Shop", a shop formerly operating in the city center. The "Fougaro" aspires to become an Interactive Work of Art, triggering the mind and the senses, according to Florika P. Kyriakopoulou, who took the initiative of its complete metamorphosis."
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FOUGARO ARTCENTER
98 Leoforos Asklipiou
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FOUGARO ARTCENTER "The historic industrial space of "Fougaro" is a landmark for Nafplio city since it is situated in the area formerly used as the Canning Industry "Anthos". Just three kilometers away from the city of Nafplio, situated in Aslklipiou St, the "Fougaro" has been transformed into a place of Recreation and Expressiveness, featuring an art and sciences library, exhibition and concert rooms, art workshops for the young and the old, a cafeteria and the "Art-Shop", a shop formerly operating in the city center. The "Fougaro" aspires to become an Interactive Work of Art, triggering the mind and the senses, according to Florika P. Kyriakopoulou, who took the initiative of its complete metamorphosis."
Αξιοθέατα
Πελοποννησιακό Λαογραφικό Ίδρυμα «Βασίλειος Παπαντωνίου» "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. It is housed in the residence of Vas. Papantoniou, which was converted into a museum in 1981. The library of the Foundation now numbers 12.000 books and 250 periodical publications, covering the fields of Ethnography, Museology, Costume, Dance, Theatre, Sociology, History, Arts and Children literature. It is a non lending out library."
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Πελοποννησιακό Λαογραφικό Ίδρυμα «Βασίλειος Παπαντωνίου»
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Πελοποννησιακό Λαογραφικό Ίδρυμα «Βασίλειος Παπαντωνίου» "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. It is housed in the residence of Vas. Papantoniou, which was converted into a museum in 1981. The library of the Foundation now numbers 12.000 books and 250 periodical publications, covering the fields of Ethnography, Museology, Costume, Dance, Theatre, Sociology, History, Arts and Children literature. It is a non lending out library."
Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Ναυπλίου "The Archaeological Museum is accommodated in the imposing in size as well as strict in symmetry, stone-built Venetian structure which covers and encases the central, Syntagma Square on its west side. It was first built in 1713, during the second reign of the Venetians, under the Naval Proveditore Augustine Sagredo to be used as the navy's depository, according to the marble inscription fitted on the building's frontage, written in Latin. It is widely acknowledged as one of the best well-preserved Venetian structures in the whole of Greece."
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Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Ναυπλίου
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Αρχαιολογικό Μουσείο Ναυπλίου "The Archaeological Museum is accommodated in the imposing in size as well as strict in symmetry, stone-built Venetian structure which covers and encases the central, Syntagma Square on its west side. It was first built in 1713, during the second reign of the Venetians, under the Naval Proveditore Augustine Sagredo to be used as the navy's depository, according to the marble inscription fitted on the building's frontage, written in Latin. It is widely acknowledged as one of the best well-preserved Venetian structures in the whole of Greece."
Πολεμικό Μουσείο Παράρτημα Ναυπλίου "Located in the area where the first Army Cadet School were, the War Museum was inaugurated at the end of 1988. (Amalias,22). The Museum is a directive of the history of the Army Cadet School and that of contemporary history of the Greek state, the participation of the citizens of Argolida prefecture in all rebellious acts, from the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman Empire to the liberation from the occupation troops. Divided into two floors, the Museum follows a thematic presentation of the Greek state fightings and struggles."
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Πολεμικό Μουσείο Παράρτημα Ναυπλίου
22 Amalias Othonos
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Πολεμικό Μουσείο Παράρτημα Ναυπλίου "Located in the area where the first Army Cadet School were, the War Museum was inaugurated at the end of 1988. (Amalias,22). The Museum is a directive of the history of the Army Cadet School and that of contemporary history of the Greek state, the participation of the citizens of Argolida prefecture in all rebellious acts, from the Greek Revolution against the Ottoman Empire to the liberation from the occupation troops. Divided into two floors, the Museum follows a thematic presentation of the Greek state fightings and struggles."
Karonis Distillery Exhibition & Shop (Ouzo Experience) "Just before the declaration of the Greek state as an independent one, in 1840, Ioannis Karonis opens up his own raki-shop in Nafplio. After many phases and given his love for ouzo production, he finds himself equipped with two distillation flasks and ventures out to learn more about the secrets of distillation. In 1869, his venture seems to materialize, since he establishes the distillery house entitled: KARONIS. ioneers, as they have always been, the two Karonis brothers settled their own unit of spirit production, using distilleries and machinery, far beyond the grasp of their time from Germany and France and built themselves a state of the art factory."
Karonis Distillery Exhibition & Shop (Ouzo Experience)
16 Staikopoulou
Karonis Distillery Exhibition & Shop (Ouzo Experience) "Just before the declaration of the Greek state as an independent one, in 1840, Ioannis Karonis opens up his own raki-shop in Nafplio. After many phases and given his love for ouzo production, he finds himself equipped with two distillation flasks and ventures out to learn more about the secrets of distillation. In 1869, his venture seems to materialize, since he establishes the distillery house entitled: KARONIS. ioneers, as they have always been, the two Karonis brothers settled their own unit of spirit production, using distilleries and machinery, far beyond the grasp of their time from Germany and France and built themselves a state of the art factory."
Μεγάλο Αρχαίο Θέατρο Επιδαύρου "The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus is a theatre in the Greek city of Epidaurus, located on the southeast end of the sanctuary dedicated to the ancient Greek God of medicine, Asclepius. It is built on the west side of Cynortion Mountain, near modern Lygourio, and belongs to the Epidaurus Municipality. It is considered to be the most perfect ancient Greek theatre with regard to acoustics and aesthetics. The shows take place during the summer months, and if you want to watch ancient greek tragedy/comedy you will probably have to book tickets through internet weeks before the arrival. A must-go even if there are no shows available."
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Μεγάλο Αρχαίο Θέατρο Επιδαύρου
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Μεγάλο Αρχαίο Θέατρο Επιδαύρου "The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus is a theatre in the Greek city of Epidaurus, located on the southeast end of the sanctuary dedicated to the ancient Greek God of medicine, Asclepius. It is built on the west side of Cynortion Mountain, near modern Lygourio, and belongs to the Epidaurus Municipality. It is considered to be the most perfect ancient Greek theatre with regard to acoustics and aesthetics. The shows take place during the summer months, and if you want to watch ancient greek tragedy/comedy you will probably have to book tickets through internet weeks before the arrival. A must-go even if there are no shows available."
Sightseeing
Palamidi Fortress "The fort of the Palamidi, which has been preserved in excellent condition, is one of the greatest achievements of Venetian fortification architecture. The hill of Palamidi, which takes its name from the Homeric hero Palamidis, does not seem to have been systematically fortified until the second Venetian occupation. The construction of the fort was basically carried out during the time of Venetian General Superintendent of the Fleet, Agostino Sagredo, from 1711 to 1714, marking the fort not only as a major feat in terms of its fortifications, but also in terms of the speed with which it was constructed. The engineers Giaxich and Lasalle designed this fort."
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Palamidi Fortress
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Palamidi Fortress "The fort of the Palamidi, which has been preserved in excellent condition, is one of the greatest achievements of Venetian fortification architecture. The hill of Palamidi, which takes its name from the Homeric hero Palamidis, does not seem to have been systematically fortified until the second Venetian occupation. The construction of the fort was basically carried out during the time of Venetian General Superintendent of the Fleet, Agostino Sagredo, from 1711 to 1714, marking the fort not only as a major feat in terms of its fortifications, but also in terms of the speed with which it was constructed. The engineers Giaxich and Lasalle designed this fort."