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Palamidi fortress

Palamidi is a fortress in Nafplion, constructed in 1687 by the Venetians on a hill captured by them, after a fierce battle with the Ottomans during the Venetian-Turkish War. This hill has an altitude of 216 meters, you can go to the castle by foot via a staircase with 999 steps or by car throught the road. In 1715, during the last Venetian-Turkish War the Ottomans conquered it and blew up a part of it.

Palamidi fortress informations

Official Unit: 25th Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities


Address: Nafplio, 211 00 Nafplio, Argolida, Greece


Telephone: +30 27520 28036
Email: 25eba@culture.gr


Tickets:
Full: €4, Reduced: €2
Special ticket package: Full: €4, Reduced: €2


Open Winter:
From the 1st of November until the 31 of March 2011:
08:00-17:00


Open Summer:
From the 1st of April until the 30th of October 2011:
08:00-19:00


25 March: closed

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