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Exploring Nafplion, the First Capital of Modern Greece

Nafplion is a small city with thousands of years of eventful history and a unique character, full of style and beauty.

A Tale of Two Greek Cities: When Nafplion was Capital and Hermoupolis the Main Port

Greece has a long and chequered history of being ‘under siege’. In the previous millennium alone, Byzantine, Ottoman, Frankish, Venetian and German occupation have...

Harlequins and Venetian Heroes Parade at Nafplion

Harlequins and Venetian heroes from the Helix Action Theatre in Nafplion paraded on Sunday, February 5, marking the opening of the carnival season. Every year...

The 22nd Nafplion Festival Ready

The 22nd Nafplion Festival will take place in the historic city of Nafplion in the Peloponnese, Greece at June 21 to 30. Giannis Vakarelis...

21st Nafplion Festival Kicks Off Today at the Historical Peloponnesian City

The historic city of Nafplion in the Peloponnese is the place to be at the end of June. The annual NAFPLION FESTIVAL kicks off...

The American Slave Who Fought in the Greek War of Independence

Ayios Ioannis Church in Argos was the site of a commemoration of the life of notable former slave and American philhellene James Williams.

The History of the Greek War of Independence

As Greece counts 200 years from the War of independence and stands proud on Europe's eastern border as a member of the EU, the mind reels to the glorious days of 1821

Papaflessas: The Priest Turned Hero of the Greek War of Independence

Among the many heroes of the Greek War of Independence, Papaflessas was perhaps the most eccentric personality

The 20 Events That Defined the Greek War of Independence

The Greek War of Independence that begun in 1821 is full of memorable events, most of them bloody battles and heroic feats.

Theodoros Kolokotronis: Ultimate Symbol of the Greek War of Independence

Theodoros Kolokotronis is undoubtedly the ultimate symbol of the Greek War of Independence, which took place from 1821 to 1830.