Aegina, an isle in the Saronic Gulf, is one of the earliest commercial and industrial centers of Attica. The city of Aegina has some of the most important sights in all of modern Greek history. On it is one of the oldest and loveliest temples dedicated to Aphaia Athene surrounded by many other buildings, alters, Propylaeum, all with beautiful decorative sculptures.
Aegina perhaps has a variety of points of interest in its city that are rarely found on other islands. A walk in the alleys of the island will convince you of all the above.