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From ancient times, people have searched for an easier way to transfer ships from the Korinthian to the Saronic Gulf and vice versa. Created for this reason was the Diolkos, a paved road along which boats could be dragged across the isthmus.The Diolkos was constructed by the tyrant Periander of Korinthos, who had envisioned the opening of the...
An aqueduct built by the Emperor Hadrian (2nd century AD.), designed to carry water from the springs of Stymfalia to the city of Korinthos. Its original length was about 85 km, and its remnants are visible in several places, e.g. in the village of Agios Sostis, with an existing section 20-30 meters in length, and also in the village of St....
In Feneo there are catacombs, their provenance unknown, built to drain the plateau Feneou from water accumulated by rivers Olvio and Doxa. According to legend, these may have been built by Hercules, or were perhaps entrances to the underworld, Hades.
Located in the place of Heraion, or alternatively Melagkavi, on the bay where lie the islands of Alkyonides. Built in 1897, and reconstructed in 1947, it has a T-shape, and its construction is a simple pre-industrial architecture of stone.