Anthemion Guesthouse

Address: 101, 25th March St & Ag. Eleftheriou, Nauplion, Peloponnese, 21100, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 101, 25th March St & Ag. Eleftheriou, Nauplion, is near Nauplion Promenade, Tolo Beach, Tiryns, and Bourtzi.
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    Travel Blogs from Nauplion

    4Day Classical Greece Tour

    A travel blog entry by braught on Mar 30, 2015

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    ... deep and narrow canal trying not to get vertigo. Lila had said to watch out for pickpockets so I was quick on and off holding tight to my purse. I keep seeing sesame candy and sticks in stores. I bought some at the rest stop. It was very sweet. Sarah thought a lot like Benay wafers from Charleston. We drive on to Mycenae. Fascinating civilization from 1600 BC with the famous Lions Gate and burial tomb. Artifacts are in Athens Museum that we will be visiting ...

    Gorgeous Nafplio

    A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 21, 2013

    3 comments, 87 photos

    ... it fell to the Ottoman Empire, the bastions were given Turkish names. Lastly, when the Greeks
    overthrew the Turks the bastions were renamed after Greek saints. One
    of the bastions, called the "Miltiades," was used as the prison cell of Theodoros Kolokotronis, a hero of the Greek Revolution.
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    New Years Festivities With a Greek Family

    A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Jan 01, 2012

    76 photos

    ... front door and then re-entered the house while stepping onto the horseshoe, eating a few pomegranate seeds, and then throwing some seeds down on the ground. This is a tradition in Greece that brings good luck for the New Year.

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    It's all Greek to me

    A travel blog entry by jenyd on Apr 07, 2011

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... song in the accoustically perfect amphitheater of Epidavros; we hiked up the hills behind Nafplion, the one-time capital of Greece...
    It was so amazing not only to see these places, but also to experience them.
    While we have really enjoyed exploring this beautiful, rugged country, we're ready to move on. Next stop: Rome for the weekend!
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    Missing Wonders, naked wrestlers & criminal goats

    A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Mar 04, 2011

    1 comment, 30 photos

    ... is a shame. It was an enormous statue of Zeus which sat in a specially built temple, the Temple of Zeus. Sadly two earthquakes toppled all the columns and most everything else on the site in the 500s A.D. and now there is only one column of the temple standing, itself reconstructed from original pieces in 2004 for the Athens Olympics. But it allows you to see the enormous scale of the statue of Zeus which sat in the temple. ...