- Place or Religious Monument
- Archaeological Site
- Castle and fortress
- Place or Historical Monument
Corinth was one of the most important cities in Ancient Greece and it is a compulsory stop for all history and archeology buffs during a visit to Greece. Although there are relatively few remains from the time, I found this site very interesting, particularly as the paths which cross the site are well maintained with quite detailed explanatory signs.
Part of the Doric temple dedicated to Apollo is the only thing remaining from the times of the Ancient Greeks. Otherwise there are Roman remains, such as the temple of Octavia, the Agora of Corinth, the Lechaion road and especially the fountain house of Pirene, which was the building which made the greatest impression on me. The museum there also contains beautiful pieces from Antiquity.