pa250080 Corinth is located at the strategic isthmus that links mainland Greece to Peloponnese. Above: the isthmus, seen from the Acrocorinth fortress.
Corinth is located at the strategic isthmus that links mainland Greece to Peloponnese. Above: the isthmus, seen from the Acrocorinth fortress.
img_0109 Corinth canal, built between 1881 and 1893, 6300m long.
Corinth canal, built between 1881 and 1893, 6300m long.
P1060649 The ancient town of Corinth, below the Acrocorinth fortress. The Greek town was destroyed and rebuilt by the Romans.
The ancient town of Corinth, below the Acrocorinth fortress. The Greek town was destroyed and rebuilt by the Romans.
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pa250011 Glaukefountain, built within a large block of limestone.
Glaukefountain, built within a large block of limestone.
P1060650 The archaic temple of Apollo, 6th century BC (Doric style).
The archaic temple of Apollo, 6th century BC (Doric style).
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pa250038 Corinthian column from Temple E.
Corinthian column from Temple E.
pa250039 Temple E.
Temple E.
pa250043 South stoa (covered alley with columns on one side).
South stoa (covered alley with columns on one side).
pa250047 Pereine fountain.
Pereine fountain.
pa250049 Lechaion road, paved with marble.
Lechaion road, paved with marble.
pa250050 Lechaion road and the temple of Apollo.
Lechaion road and the temple of Apollo.
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pa250017 Battle of Greeks and Amazons, from the theater.
Battle of Greeks and Amazons, from the theater.
pa250020 Herakles and the Stymphalian birds, from the theater.
Herakles and the Stymphalian birds, from the theater.
pa250022 Roman mosaic, 150-200AD.
Roman mosaic, 150-200AD.
pa250025 Dyonisos, roman mosaic, 3rd century AD.
Dyonisos, roman mosaic, 3rd century AD.
pa250027 Head of Dyonisos, roman, 2nd century AD.
Head of Dyonisos, roman, 2nd century AD.

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