Here is our section with things to see and do in Town Aegina. Discover 7 interesting sightseeing in Town, with detailed description, exact location on Google map, photos and reviews from visitors. You can also view more sightseeing in other locations of Aegina.
The monastery was established by the saint himself, who was an Orthodox bishop, in 1904. Agios Nektarios lived in this monastery from 1908 to 1920. Today, this monastery is considered an important religious centre in Greece.
The church of Agios Nikolaos stands in the port of Aegina Town. It is a large church with round dome and it is considered the protector saint of sailormen.
Founded in 1829, the Archaeological Museum of Aegina was the first museum to be established in the modern Greek State. The museum is housed in a building constructed in 1980 located near the site of Kolona. It hosts a collection of artifacts from the Temple of Aphaia, a statue from the Temple of Apollo and Neolithic pots.
The Folklore Museum of Aegina is located in the centre of the capital town and it houses rare manuscripts, maps, a collection of books, traditional costumes, furniture and many other items. Cultural events are held in the yard of the museum.
This museum used to be the workshop of the famous sculptor and now hosts pieces of his work. It is situated in Plakakia neighbourghood, Aegina town, close to the house of Nikos Kazantzakis.
This ancient temple was dedicated to god Apollo. It is also known as Kolona, because a single column stands there today. This temple is situated in a walking distance from the port of Aegina Town.
The Eunardios School of Teaching is a neoclassical building that stands next to the Cathedral of Aegina. It was built in 1830, after a generous donation made by the Swiss banker Eunardios.
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