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  • Located approximately twenty miles away from Epidaurus, Nafplion is a small and charming harbor with a Venetian port and alleyways of Italian influence. The fortress, on the cliff road, was a secure spot for pirates in the 14th century. Then, under the Ottoman Empire, the executioner used to live there. Finally, it was transformed into a hotel in the 1970s, and is now a historical site in Nafplion ...

    Located approximately twenty miles away from Epidaurus, Nafplion is a small and charming harbor with a Venetian port and alleyways of Italian influence. The fortress, on the cliff road, was a secure spot for pirates in the 14th century. Then, under the Ottoman Empire, the executioner used to live there. Finally, it was transformed into a hotel in the 1970s, and is now a historical site in Nafplion ...

  • Light and sound shows retrace the different historical stages of the fortress.

    Light and sound shows retrace the different historical stages of the fortress.

  • During the Middle Ages, Nafplio was called Nauplia or Napoli di Romania.

    During the Middle Ages, Nafplio was called Nauplia or Napoli di Romania.

  • Light and sound shows retrace the fortress through various periods in history.

    Light and sound shows retrace the fortress through various periods in history.

  • This fortress was erected by the Venetians in the 18th century.

    This fortress was erected by the Venetians in the 18th century.

  • The entrance to Nafplio's port is guarded by the Bourdzi fortress.

    The entrance to Nafplio's port is guarded by the Bourdzi fortress.

  • Nafplion is dominated by the Acronafplia and Palamedes fortresses.

    Nafplion is dominated by the Acronafplia and Palamedes fortresses.

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