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Isthmus-Ancient Nemea-Corinth
Isthmus-Ancient Nemea-Corinth

The isthmus is a narrow strip of land that separates both sides (usually seas) and it connects two larger land masses. Morphology is the opposite of the channel (or generally of amfigeiou) which separates two land masses.
Ancient Corinth was an important city-state of ancient Peloponnese. It was the area from the east of the current prefecture of Corinthia and ended to the northeast of Argolida.

It was bordered with the Sicyon to the west, with the Megarians in the east, with Argos in the southwest and the south Epidaurus. Ancient Corinth controlled the pivotal position of the Isthmus and was the most important commercial hub of the ancient world, to. Corinth was considered the richest city in the ancient world
Nemea . The first evidence for settlement in the region have the 1500 BC at the hillTsougkiza . At the 10th century a city called Fleiounta has been built (3klm from Nemea), which is considered the city of the ancient Nemea and which flourished in the 6th century BC. At the 576 BC beside the current Ancient Nemea (Heraklion) there was a temple of Zeus, guest room, bathroom, stage and there Nemea were held every four years.
During the Byzantine era, the village suffered from several attacks that stopped the further development. In the revolution of 1821 the city took part in the battle. Too many residents led by Daniel Pampoukis fight for revolution. The city was released in 1822, when the last Turkish left from Nemea.