Aegina Museums - Located in the heart of Aegina Town, the Archaeological Museum in Aegina, Greece dates back to 1828 when it was founded by Ioannis Kapodistrias, the inaugural governor of the Greek State. Originally situated in a neoclassical building, the museum moved to a modern facility in 1980, located nearby the Kolona archaeological site where visitors can still view remnants of the ancient temple of Apollo. This engaging museum showcases a wide array of archaeological treasures, such as statues, inscriptions, weapons, antique vases, and fragments of ancient columns, all of which provide an illuminating glimpse into the history of Aegina and the surrounding region.

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