Ancient Corinth

Corinth is a seaport and an agricultural market dealing primarily in sultanas, which have been exported since the 14 C.  We visited Ancient Corinth - a site a few miles outside of the modern town. Here we find another Temple of Apollo. 


Interesting architecture.


The port where St. Paul entered Corinth.

This is a Temple of Apollo from 6th century BC. There are only 7 of the original 38 Doric style columns left.

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Arch by the Temple of Apollo.

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More ruins of rooms.

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Fountain of Glauke.

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Temple of Octavia.

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A nice souvenir of Greece. A handmade 'authentic' copy of a museum piece.  The price in Athens - $15., here in the US - $65. 

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