Tripoli Museums - The Archaeological Museum Tripoli, Peloponnese, is a treasure trove of artifacts from all over Arkadia in the Peloponnese. This museum offers a glimpse into the history of the region, from the earliest signs of human habitation to late antiquity. The two-story building that currently houses the museum was initially designed as a hospital in the 1870s, thanks to the efforts of nun Anastasia Demesticha. The architect E. Ziller brought the building to life, and it opened its doors in 1913. After 70 years, the museum was ceded to the Ministry of Culture and inaugurated as the Pan-Arcadian Archaeological Museum in 1986. Explore the rich collections, and discover the fascinating history of the Peloponnese at the Archaeological Museum Tripoli, Peloponnese.

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