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Corinth, Epidaurus, Mycenae, Nafplion
Corinth, Epidaurus, Mycenae, Nafplion

Epidaurus is the historic town of Argolis prefecture on the east side. It is built at the foot of the mountains Arachnaio, Corifeo and Tithio, where, according to mythology, there was born Asclepius. The cult to him was first launched there in 6th century. The strategic position of Epidaurus, but, mainly, the Asklipio, contributed, and the city experienced unprecedented growth. Its inhabitants were mainly occupied with shipping. It is the first settlement of belonging to the prehistoric era. It is located 12 km from the town of Old Epidaurus. It belongs to the homonymous municipality Epidaurus
Mycenae (Mycenae) was an ancient city of Argolida near mountain Tritos and across from the Argolic Gulf.

The archaeological site of Mycenae is located approximately 90 kilometers southwest of Athens, in the northeast Peloponnese.
During the second millennium BC, Mycenae was one of the major centers of Greek civilization, forming a strong military fortress that towered over most of southern Greece. The period of Greek history between 1600 BC to about 1100 BC called "Mycenaean", referring to Mycenae. At the height of their glory, in 1350 BC, the castle and the lower city had 30,000 residents and area was 32 hectares. First Homer mentions the city, describing it with words "Evryagyian
Nafplion is known for Bourtzi, a small fortress built on an island in the harbor, for Palamidi, a Venetian fortress which dominates the city, for the Acronafplia (in Turkish. Its-Kale), other fortress Venetian, on the homonymous peninsula, and as the place of John Kapodistrias murder.
According to Greek mythology the location of today's city founded Nafplios Nauplia, which was fortified with Cyclopean walls. Archaeological findings prove the existence of the city of the Mycenaean years.
Nafplio is a popular destination of the inhabitants of Attica and the Peloponnese as it close of both regions. One of the most beautiful buildings of the city is the Armansperg Palace (residence of the Viceroy of Armanspergk Greece) and the archaeological museum in Syntagma Square. In the city also operates branch of the National Gallery.