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The archaeological site of Ancient Corinth lays on the northern foothills of the Acrocorinth hill, around the Temple of Apollo. Extended excavations and have brought to light the Roman Forum, temples, fountains, shops, porticoes, baths and various other monuments. The investigations extended also to the fortress on Acrocorinth, the prehistoric settlements of the Corinthian Valley to the north, such as the Korakou hill, the Theatre, the Odeion, the Asclepeion, the cemeteries, the Quarter of the Potters, and other buildings outside the main archaeological site.
(HDR processing from three raw files with bracketing -1.0;0;+1.0 ev)
(more info: http://odysseus.culture.gr/h/3/eh351.jsp?obj_id=2388)

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