Corinth used to be one of Greece’s most renown, powerful, and large cities in antiquity, counting an impressive for the era population of 90.000 inhabitants in 400 BC. Today, it is one of the most well-preserved and most visited ancient sites in Greece. Here you’ll see a few pictures of what has remained of it, which I took during a short visit to the site in a cloudy summer afternoon while returning from a trip to the nearby Mount Cyllene.
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