I recently stumbled across a gallery of digital images called “In the Steps of Pausanias: In Korinthia,” which contains about 500 images related to Korinthiaka. The gallery appears to be growing. This is not your typical “I went to Ancient Corinth and took lots of photos” photo gallery but rather contains images of the sites and museums of Corinth, Isthmia, and Nemea, Kenchreai, Krommyon (Ay. Theodoroi), the canal, Acrocorinth, and even the Sousaki volcano. The sponsoring organization is the Hellenic Electronic Center:
Founded on March 1, 1995, the Hellenic Electronic Center (HEC) is a volunteer, non-profit, non-political organization. HEC is a cultural and educational Center whose main objective is to promote Hellenic culture and establish a network among Hellenes, Philhellenes, and Hellenic organizations around the world. HEC provides free computer services and technical support to non-profit Hellenic organizations and projects.
Since some of these Corinthian sites are off the tourist path, and some of the museums are frequently closed (Isthmia Museum), this gallery offers a useful repository of images related to Corinthian archaeology.