Arhontiko Kefalari

Address: \N, Corinth, Peloponnese, 22300, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on \N, Corinth, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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    Travel Blogs from Corinth

    Ancient Corinth and the Canal

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 02, 2015

    18 photos

    ... was first a Greek acropolis, then a Roman citadel. The Franks, Turks, Byzentine and Venetians also had their turns. The first part you see the picture of Vernon at is the entry and dates to 7c B.C.

    By this time we had worked up quite an appetite and it was after 2pm. George took us quicky to a bridge over the famous canal that cuts the peninsular off the mainland and then to a restaurant at the base. We had a nice taverna ...

    Corinthians ... Information

    A travel blog entry by marymc59 on Sep 19, 2014

    ... Quartus. Phoebe, who welcomed believers in her own house, was the deaconess of a community at nearby Cenchrae (Rm 16:1-2). Paul, Prisca and Aquila went on to Ephesus, leaving Corinth in the charge of local leaders. News arrived of divisions and problems among the Corinthians, who had not fully understood or accepted the meaning of life in Christ, alive with the Spirit. Some thought that Gospel freedom meant, ‘Do what you ...

    "Not Everyone Gets to go to Corinth!"

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... where Paul spoke in the New Testament to the Corinthians at the forum's bema, was also constructed by the Romans.

    Dr. Camp noted that the archaeological site at Corinth represents over 130 years of excavations. The Temple of Apollo still dominates the city, and it represents the only structure that still stands from the Ancient Greek period. The temple itself dates to the 6th century B.C., and its archaic columns are very impressive.

    A small museum ...

    One Last Stop, Then Home Free!

    A travel blog entry by emilyemoore on Jan 23, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the best view of the entire trip! We spent lots of time taking pictures and learning about how the Greeks were construction geniuses! The columns of the sacred space were curved to make it seem taller, longer, and bigger in general and it was 17 columns long and 8 columns wide. It was a magnificent site and a perfect place to snap pictures in the sunset! Then we climbed down from there we climbed back up another pretty tough ...

    CORINTH...So close to the Canal

    A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Jul 09, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... rather clogged up but not from salt but grit and dirty fuel. Cleaning it out and replacing the dirty petrol with new stuff, making the water outlet larger and with several attempts at restarting, it suddenly burst into life and has been brilliant eversince. We needed to check it regularly and flush it through with fresh water whenever we could. So Corinth was a service stop to get things sorted out and a stop close to the ...