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The owners of this shop are friendly, helpful, and patient. There is a huge variety of beautiful, high-quality jewelry and pottery, and the prices are very reasonable. Definitely worth a stop if you're in Ancient Corinth!
The Temple of Apollo in ancient Corinth dominates the whole archaeological site. It is the most important monument. Not much remains today, but that is irrelevant. The thought that this is the temple site of the god of Light and Music and several other qualities,...More
Built in 540 BC to replace an earlier temple (7th century BC) at the site of Ancient Corinth. The temple is Doric in style (Greek). Beautiful views of Acrocorinth and the Gulf of Corinth. You can view the temple from the road for free or...More
The highlight of Ancient Corinth is Temple of Apollo, which was built in 540 BC. Currently there are only seven columns of the temple that remain standing. The best angle for a photo is to ensure the Acrocorinth in the background of the Temple of...More
Each June I am in Ancient Corinth I make SURE to stop by the Temple of Apollo Workshop--to look at their extensive wares, to see what the brother and sister (Yiannis and Photini) are working on at the time (they, along with their father, make...More
These remains of a wonderful Doric temple from the 5Th century BC is the only building that came from Greek time. The other parts of Ancient Corinth are Romains. The Apollo temple originally had 38 of 7m tall columns. Now, only seven of them are...More