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Argostoli, the capital of Kefalonia (the largest on the island), is an attractively laid-out Greek town, with small squares and courtyards, and some steep, narrow side streets.
The central square of the town called Plateia Valianou is a large and pleasant square which is boarded by many restaurants, cafes and bars. The modern and cosmopolitan town of Argostoli is very busy and has many interesting features and activities to offer. The pedestrian Lithostroto Street (Cobbled Street) is the commercial street of the capital and is full of shops. Situated there is the beautiful church of Saint Spyridon and the interesting clock tower of Campana Square. The Archaeological Museum of Kefalonia, has archaeological finds from the Mycenaean, the Hellenistic and the Roman periods; the collections contain coins, swords, sculptures and ceramics from those various periods. The Lighthouse of Saint Theodore is located a couple of kilometres from Argostoli and was built by the British Governor Napier; it is locally known as ‘Fanari’.
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