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The Isthmus of Corinth connects the Peloponnese with Central Greece.
Ancient Corinth: An important city-state of the ancient Peloponnese. Akrokorinthos: It was for the first time fortified by Cyblos and his son Tyrant Periandros in the 7th-6th century BC.and slowly evolved into an Acropolis Nemea: It is the largest wine-growing zone in Greece Mycenae:
Late Copper Age Renaissance Castle in Greece (Tomb of Agamemnon), Cemetery of Clytemnestra, Tomb of the Lions, Aegisthus.
Nafplio: It was the first capital of the Greek state from 1829 to 1834.