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We found this museum quite interesting, learning about Greek history and clashes in the past as well as the recent Second World War - the video about the life of Greeks under Germans was particularly of interest. It’s worth 30min-1 hour our time.
The low entrance fee balances the lack of content, because the number of exhibits is small. You can roam it in less than 40 minutes. I hate it when museums consist of photos and texts to read. What is the point of that? Museums should...More
It worth a visit for history lovers, but also for those willing to know more about modern Greece. Museum is just two floors + temporary exhibition: one floor is about WWII, with war-time posters against Mussolini and Italian invaders (shame on us!). The other floor...More
This is a small, two-level museum that covers most of Nafplio's military history from around 1800 on (the small downstairs annex covers an earlier period). Admission was 3 euros (the place seems to be run by the Greek Army), and most of the artifacts were...More
Whilst many exhibits had English language descriptions displayed, I had only a vague feel for the background and causes of the various battles and campaigns. Obviously this is because of my complete ignorance of Greek modern history - but I can't be alone in this...More
Whilst the guards at the entrance are extremely polite and welcoming, the museum itself is a bit disappointing in that it feels abandoned. Nafplio has been a very important city in modern Greece, and this museum does it no justice. Pitty!