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The fishermen's quarter is a small district of narrow, alleylike streets running between cramped little houses that huddle beneath the walls of Acronafplia. The old houses, painted in brownish yellow, green, and salmon red, are embellished with additions and overhangs in eclectic styles. The walk is enjoyable, but keep a low profile to respect the privacy of the locals.
Ayios Apostoli. The pretty, miniature whitewashed chapel of Ayios Apostoli, perched near the top of the neighborhood, has six small springs that trickle out of the side of Acronafplia. Off parking lot of Psaromachalas, 21100.
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