Gulf of Corinth

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Noun1.Gulf of Corinth - inlet of the Ionian Sea between central Greece and the Peloponnesus
Ionian Sea - an arm of the Mediterranean Sea between western Greece and southern Italy
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With these two major projects, VINCI Concessions which already holds the concession for the Charilaos Trikoupis Bridge between Rion and Antirion over the Gulf of Corinth is helping to make Greeces infrastructure more competitive and efficient, to the benefit of the countrys economic development.
Just as iconic as the Brooklyn Bridge, which has become a symbol of all suspension bridges, is the Rion-Antirion bridge at the west end of the Gulf of Corinth in Greece.
When I was ushered into her inner sanctum just below Delphi, on the Gulf of Corinth, she was already high.
The western part of the Gulf of Corinth is seismically very active (e.
It is snuggled in a cove between the foot of a mountain, an olive grove, and the Gulf of Corinth, near the town of Skaloma.
A detailed analysis of major cliff sections along the Gulf of Corinth uses photographic panoramas and field maps to establish stratigraphic architecture and correlate key surfaces between cliffs.
Little Bird appeared to be holding its own for the few remaining days in Patras, and then we left for Athens by charter-coach, stopping off to conduct one examining session at Kiato on the Gulf of Corinth.
Patras's new landmark, the Rio- Andirrio road bridge, is a beautiful pieces of engineering - a swoop of pylons and cables poised above the narrows of the Gulf of Corinth which links Patras, on the southern shore, with the mainland.
In the height of summer, the rock walls reflect a lot of heat, and it's a huge relief to exit into the cooler Gulf of Corinth.
Diporto: A Byzantine Maritime Settlement in the Gulf of Corinth," [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (1984), pp.
Across the Atlantic, their European cousins are experiencing their own camp traditions--in a castle in County Kildare, Ireland, at a small resort in a Romanian forest, and on the Gulf of Corinth in Greece.
As for in-demand locations, Linda Hearn at Filoxenia (01422 375999) suggests Chios, Samos, Peloponnese, Evia, Sifnos, Kefalonia, Crete, Corfu, Gulf of Corinth and lesser-known islands like Kythira and Ithaca.