Corinth Canal – Mycenae – Argos – Nafplion – Epidaurus

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Ancient Corinth
The Corinth Canal connects the Aegean Sea with the Ionian Sea.
Corinth was very rich and important in Ancient Times.
Saint Paul lived and preached in Corinth for two years.
 
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The remains of the city include:
The Agora (market place)
Apollo's Temple (6th century B.C.)
 
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Mycenae (the kingdom of mythical Agamemnon)
The ancient city of Mycenae was a major centre of Greek civilization from 1600BC to 1100BC.
It is listed on UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.
 
 
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The remains of the city include:
The Cyclopean Walls
The Lion Gate
The Royal Tombs
The Treasury of Atreus
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Nafplion
The city of Nafplio was the first capital of the modern Greek state.
 
 
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Palamidi is a typical baroque fortress built by the Venetians.
 
 
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Epidaurus
The ancient theatre of Epidaurus is listed on UNESCO's World Heritage Sites.

 

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It is still used due to its amazing acoustics.
 
 
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Corinth Canal -   Mycenae  -  Argos -  Nafplion - Epidaurus 10  hour Sightseeing Tour (Total distance 400 km)    
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