Archaeological Museum of Aegina

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The Archaeological Museum of Aegina is a museum in Aegina, Greece.

Founded in 1828 by Ioannis Kapodistrias, the first governor of independent Greece, the museum contains a variety of ancient vessels, pottery, ceramics, alabasters, statuettes, inscriptions, coins, weapons and copper vessels.[1] These objects are located in 3 rooms in which are all the exhibits.


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