War Museum - "Heroes for a Day", 23 March - 21 April 2024

War Museum Nafplio, Πολεμικό Μουσείο Ναυπλίου

An important art exhibition entitled "Heroes for a Day" was inaugurated at the Nafplio Branch of the War Museum. It presents works by distinguished Greek painters and sculptors, against the background of the national anniversary of March 25th 1821.

The exhibition includes works by six exceptional artists and is the product of a collaboration between the War Museum and the Municipality of Nafplio, with the sponsorship of the Henry Dunant Hospital.

Curator of exhibition
The exhibition is curated by the Emeritus Professor of the Kapodistrian University of Athens, Mr. Manos Stefanidis.

Participating artists
Christos Antonaropoulos
Thanasis Makris
Theo Papagiannis 
Nikos George Papoutsidis
Kostas Spyriounis
Panagiotis Tanimanidis

Exhibition Opening
Saturday, March 23rd 2024, at 19:30

Duration of Exhibition
The exhibition will remain at the Museum until April 21st 2024.

The exhibition is presented in the building of the War Museum of Nafplio at 22, Vassilissis Amalias Avenue.
Then, at the Hall of Art and Culture (6, Constantinople str., behind the Vouleftiko-old town).

Opening hours
11:00-13:00 & 18:00-22:00


Nafplio War Museum, 22, Vassilissis Amalias Avenue, Nafplio
Τ. +30 27520 25591

Did you know that?
The Nafplio War Museum was inaugurated on November 27th 1988 and is housed in the first building of the "Evelpidon" School, founded by the first Governor Ioannis Kapodistrias (and first President of the Greek National Guard). It is part of the War Museum of Athens, of which it is the first branch. The visitor can follow the history of the Military School of Cadets (Evelpidon School) and the modern history of Greece, especially the participation of the inhabitants of Argolis in the struggles of the Greek Nation, from the Greek Revolution to the liberation from the German occupation during World War II.

Kapodistrias in arts Nafplio

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