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Napier Park

West of Vallianos Square is the Napier Garden, reminnants of the years of the English governor of Kefalonia, Charles James Napier, who served in Kefalonia from 1822 to 1830 during the British occupation of the island. The park was originally designed and built by Napier himself for his children to play in.

The Napier Garden is small, but with its cobbled paths, elegant pavilion and variety of trees, it offers a relaxing moment for every visitor. Inside the Garden there is a monument, work of the Kefalonian sculptor G. Bonanos, erected in 1927 and dedicated to the Kefalonian war casualties of the period 1912- 1922.

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