Corinth is an ancient city and former municipality in Corinthia, Peloponnese, which is located in south-central Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality of Corinth, of which it is the seat and a municipal unit. Wikipedia
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Corinth 2018: Best of Corinth, Greece Tourism – TripAdvisor

Corinth Tourism: TripAdvisor has 5087 reviews of Corinth Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Corinth resource.”
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Corinth – Wikitravel

“For the New World town of the same name, see Corinth (Mississippi)”
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Visit Greece | Korinthos

Corinth Canal. Must see attractions. – The seaside zone, especially around the El. Venizelos square with the impressive statue of Pegasus and the small port of Floisvos with the marina. Close by, you will find Kalamia, an extensive and established pebble strewn beach, with many coffee shops and taverns all along it.”
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Ancient Corinth Guide| Fodor's Travel

“West of the isthmus, the countryside opens up into a low-lying coastal plain around the head of the gulf of Corinth. Modern Corinth, near the coast about 8 km (5 miles) north of the turnoff for the ancient town, is a regional center of some 23,000 inhabitants. Concrete pier-and-slab is the preferred architectural style, and the …”
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CorinthTravel guide at Wikivoyage

“It is important to know that there is new Corinth and the ancient one. If you go to "Corinth" that usually means you are going to the new one, i.e. all the archaeological sites are not there, but a little outside the city (5 km). Corinth has a population of 37,000. The area is known to have been inhabited at least since 6000 BC.”
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Corinth Greece map and travel information – Visit Ancient Greece

“This Corinth Greece map shows details of the ancient site, and has some travel information.”
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Corinth Vacation Travel Video Guide – YouTube

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Corinth – Matt Barrett's Greece Travel Guide

“No trip to Greece is complete without a visit to Corinth and the Argolis which includes Myceneae, Nafplio, Epidavros, beautiful beaches and ancient history.”
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Cycladia | Corinth Travel Guide

Corinth Travel Guide. With four lakes, six caves, a volcano, high mountains and gorgeous beaches, the prefecture of Corinth (or Korinth) in Peloponnese astonishes visitors with its rich natural beauty and its numerous attractions and guides them to an unforgettable escape all year round. The best places to visit include the …”
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Corinth and around | The Peloponnese Guide | Rough Guides

“Throughout Greek history the ISTHMUS OF CORINTH, the mainland gateway to the Peloponnese, was strategically important, accounting for the great significance of.”
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