Aegina, due to its’ close relation with ancient Athens, has many important sites, as the famous temple of Afea (Athina), at the north of the island, that inspired Iktinos and Callicrates for the Parthenon, but also more modern monuments, as the Governors’ house of Aegina, a small two-floor house at the center of the city, where the first government of modern Greece was hosted.
Kolona hill (a prehistoric citadel)
Temple of Apollo at Kolona
Zeus Ellanios Altar
Orphanage and Eynard school of the era of I. Kapodistrias