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Ancient Corinth Greece

Ancient Corinth Greece The city of Ancient Corinth Greece  was first inhabited in the Neolithic period (6500-3250 B.C.). It is located at the northern base of the hill of Acrocorinth. Its strategic location at the intersection of land routes from the Balkan peninsula  and mainland Greece on towards the Peloponnese and waterways that connect the

Olympia Greece

Olympia Greece The Archaeological site of ancient Olympia in Greece Ancient Olympia, was situated on the Peloponnese peninsula in Greece. The site was a major pan hellenic religious sanctuary of ancient Greece, where the Olympic games were held. The sanctuary was dedicated to Zeus. Although secluded near the west coast of Peloponnese, Olympia Greece became the