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The ruins of Ancient Corinth, 7km from the modern city, are the main reason most travellers come here. Ancient Corinth, featres a number of ruins, the most notable being the Temple of Apollo, dating from the 5th century BC. There is also a museum on the site that houses a collection of mosiacs and statues.


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Ancient Corinth 200 07
Telephone (0741) 0 31207
Admission €6
    Open summer Mon-Sun 8am-8pm, winter Mon-Sun 8am-3pm

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  • Delos, 23 Jun 2017


    Prévoir de bonnes chaussures. Les pierres sont glissantes. On peut monter en voiture jusqu'au pied des remparts. Il y a un petit parking. Vue imprenable sur le golfe de Corinthe.

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  • Spiros, 30 Jan 2017


    Unfortunately the ruins can't depict even at least the majesty of ancient Corinth. There are still the remains of the temple of Apollo standing and trying to remind us of the city'a glorious past

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  • Giorgos, 21 Oct 2016


    Επιβάλλεται η επίσκεψη και κοντά στην Αθήνα για μονοήμερη βολτούλα.

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  • Jo, 16 Aug 2014


    Τι όμορφο μερος! Περπατας αναμεσα στα αρχαια! Απλα υπεροχο χωριο! ♥

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  • ted, 30 Jul 2014


    Unique place

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  • Peter, 27 Nov 2013


    Grand respect!!! Visit this location! <3

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  • Giorgio, 19 Aug 2013


    Δυο πιτσιρίκια συζητανε τι να κάνουν ... "Πάμε στην αρχαία πολιτεία " λεει το ενα στο άλλο ... Δεν ξέρω αλλα αυτο το αρχαία πολιτεία κάτι μου εκανε ... Εβγαζε ενα σεβασμό , που δύσκολα απαντας σήμερα.

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  • Giorgio, 18 Aug 2013


    Take Apollo's grace , stir it with Aphrodite's passion for beauty , some olive trees , a bunch of vineyards ... Be prepared to experience a walk in one of the most beautiful archeological sites ...

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  • Pandelis, 19 May 2012


    Παρα παρα πολυ ωραίος αρχαιολογικός χώρος !!!

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  • Visit Greece, 12 Dec 2011


    The largest city and richest port of ancient Greece. Wander around the historic site and enjoy the view from the temple of Apollo.

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