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[Corinth Monument] Gymnasium

The Gymnasium mentioned by Pausanias was thought to lie at the northern edge of the city where several inscriptions dealing with athletes and athletics have been found. Excavations during the 1960s and ...

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[Corinth Monument] Gymnasium Fountain of Lamps

To the west of the Gymnasium a bath-and-fountain complex was built in a natural valley artificially enlarged in antiquity. In its earliest phase the supply of spring water was enhanced by tunneling horizontally ...

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[Corinth Monument] Hadji Mustafa

Hadji Mustafa is the popular name of a fountain at the base of Acrocorinth. The fountain consists of a cistern for collecting water from the nearby spring and an arched facade built of limestone and reused ...

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[Corinth Monument] Haghia Paraskeue

One of the burial chapels of Ancient Corinth. Rescue excavations were undertaken nearby.