“Ancient Ruins on the Shore”

Friday’s issue of Kathimerini includes a short travel piece one of the most beautiful sites in the Corinthia, the Heraion at Perachora. Here’s a snippet:

“The last thing you expect after driving through the popular coastal resort of Loutraki, just northwest of the Corinth Canal, is an area where you can achieve spiritual elation among ancient ruins and an unspoilt natural landscape that seems to be lifted directly from a fading 1950s postcard….

There are probably a few archaeology buffs who are frowning right now, displeased with the fact that the closely held secret of the Sanctuary of Hera in Perachora may come out and draw crowds to a little-known shrine of great beauty.”

Read the article here.

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Categories: Blogosphere, Greek (Geometric-Hellenistic), Isthmus, News Stories, Sites, Perachora, Territory

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