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The rocky peninsula of the Acronafplia comprised the walled settlement of Nafplio from ancient times until the end of the 15th century.
The Acronafplia walls bear witness to its rich history, which it must be confessed, is a little difficult to follow, due to its long uninterrupted inhabitation. The current form of the castle, although quite changed by modern intervention, basically crystallized during the Frankish and the first Venetian occupations from the 13th to 16th centuries.
Today, one can visit the Acronafplia climbing east from Staikopoulos Park through Arvanitias Square, or climb the steps from the Catholic church through the Castello di Toro. It should be noted that the three enclosures of the Acronauplia can be seen best from the Palamidi.