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Bourtzi
Attractions - Poros

It’s a small island at the eastern entrance of Poros’ harbor, with a castle that has been characterized a historic listed monument. The castle was built in 1827 by the Bavarian philhellene Heideck, aiming to protect the harbor. You can ...


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Neoclassical buildings
Attractions - Poros

Many houses on the island are large neoclassic ones, with tiled roof tops, long colourful windows and doors, whitewashed or colourful walls, balconies and ceramic decorations on their roof front. The first houses were built in 1463 in the area ...


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The Archaeological Museum
Attractions - Poros

Situated at Koryzis square, it exhibits statues of the classical period, as well as archaeological findings from the region, namely from the excavations at the Temple of Poseidon (6th century BC), the ancient Troezene (homeland of the mythical hero Theseus), ...


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The historical clock
Attractions - Poros

Dominant on top of the hill, among prickly pears and pine trees, it is the landmark of the town. It was constructed in 1927 and restored in 2002. The view from here to the harbor and the shores opposite is ...


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The monastery of Zoodochos Pigi
Attractions - Poros

 Dating from the 18th century, it’s built on an all-green slope and is a unique example of insular monastery architecture. It took its name from the only spring of the island, which, according to tradition, is known for its healing ...


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The Russian Naval Base
Attractions - Poros

On the northern part of the island are the remains of the Russian naval base. In 1834 warehouses and furnaces were built at the spot to supply the Russian fleet which was sailing the Aegean. The Russians remained owners of ...


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