Delphi was a city in ancient Greece, and the seat of the most important Greek oracle and temple of Apollo. It was located on the Phocis zone, about 6 km (10 km) from the Gulf of Corinth, on a steep lowers slopes of Mount Parnassus. Now Delphi is a significant archeological site with well-maintained ruins. The UNESCO World Heritage Site was established in 1987.

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