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Archaeological Museum of Aegina

The Archeological Museum of Aegina, the first museum that was built in Greece (1829). It is located next to the archeological site of Kolona and exhibits vessels, ceramics and sculptures from various ages. In the courtyard, the visitor can admire the headstones Kapodistrias brought from the island of Renia. They were exhibited in the first Archeological Museum of Greece.


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