Archaeological Museum of Nafplion

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The building that houses the museum

The Archaeological Museum of Nafplion is a museum in the town of Nafplion of Argolis, in Greece. It has exhibits of the Neolithic period, Chalcolithic period, Helladic period, mycenaean period, Classical, Hellenistic and Roman periods from all over southern Argolis. The museum is situated in the central square of Nafplion. It is housed on the top floor of the old Venetian barracks.

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Coordinates: 37°33′58″N 22°47′46″E / 37.5661°N 22.7961°E / 37.5661; 22.7961