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During our trip in Greece, one dime morning we went to this archeological wonder in Corinth, Greece. About 1 hour from Athens market place. It was hot but the place was worth every bottle of water 😂. A must see.
We sailed down from Athens and spent the afternoon visiting the ruins and then had dinner on the yacht and listen to music and watch the moon rise in the NE and sit above the ruins. Fabulous experience and you have to give the ancients...More
This is a well preserved Temple of Apollo which dates from the 6th century bc.
It is close to the entrance to the Ancient Corinth site , you can't miss it lol
A very impressive structure, large column along the length, but as the information...More
Once a major temple with countless visitors each year, the remains are still impressive. The Doric columns are impressive. When in use, it attracted countless visitors due to the sensual nature of the worship conducted here.