Digital guide of Delphi
Virtual tour of Delphi. Walk through the archaeological site while accessing rich multimedia content


The French School at Athens and the Ephorate of Antiquities of Phocis have elaborated a digital guide of the archeological site of Delphi, in collaboration with the Company APT Information Systems. It is essentially a virtual audio and video tour, enhanced with texts, images and 3D animations. The user who is on the archaeological site can also use GPS navigation.
The application can be downloaded for Android and IOS and is available in three languages (French, English and Greek):
Android
French
English 
Greek 
 
IOS
French  
English 
Greek  
 

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Salamis, 31 Metaksa Street. Triadafyllia Kattoula (ΚΣΤ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on discoveries made during the construction of the city’s new sewer network.

At this site two sections of foundation wall were found, made of large stones, respectively 2m long and 2.5m long. Both walls were oriented EW. Associated sherds date the wall to the Mycenaean period, and include alabsters, kylixes, and jugs, in addition to...

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