The ARCADIA Website, University of Patras

Arcadia Project
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University of Patras

Arcadia

Endless forest land shrouding lovely, picturesque villages and beautiful though short shoreline with lovely beaches at Paralio Astros, Tyro, Livadi and Sabatiki, form the land and seascape of the region. Parnonas and its beautiful though short, lavish monasteries, Tripoli standing on a fertile mount overlooking the plain of Arcadia, antiquities in Tegea, Mantinea and Orchomenos, the hillsides of mount Mainalo and picturesque Dimitsana, historic Astros, tourist pavilions at Vytina, Stemnitsa, Karitaina and the time-honored Venitian fort, Megalopolis and the naval city of Leonidion offer a variety of sights, to make your vacation a real joy. Arcadia borders with Corinthia and Achaia to the north, Eleia to the west, Messenia and Laconia to the south, and Argolis to the east, while its shoreline is washed by the Argolic Gulf all along to the Sea of Myrto.

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Classical Arcadia

Photos from Past Tripolis

Poet K. Kariotakis' Page

Page of the poet N. Gatsos

The TEGEA Website
Website

Site of Theater Group of Tripolis

Tratitional music from Arcadia: the work of the teacher S. Makris (MP3 included!)

MP3 and Real
Audio Page

Monasteries and churches in Arcadia

The Wines of Peloponnesos and Arcadia

Grigoris Lambrakis

Antiquities in Arcadia


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