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The En­vi­ron­ment Mu­seum of Stym­phalia ex­am­ines the in­ter­de­pen­dence of mankind and na­ture and their har­mo­nious co­ex­is­tence in the Stym­phalia basin in the Greek re­gion of Corinth. Lo­cated on a hill­side over­look­ing Lake Stym­phalia, where, ac­cord­ing to mythol­ogy, Her­cules con­fronted and slew the Stym­phalian birds, the mu­seum fo­cuses on how the re­gion’s en­vi­ron­ment in­flu­enced the de­vel­op­ment of hu­man ac­tiv­ity, in par­tic­u­lar tra­di­tional pro­fes­sions. The mu­seum is open ev­ery day ex­cept Tues­days and hol­i­days be­tween 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. The stan­dard en­trance fee is 3 eu­ros while ad­mis­sion is free for un­der-18s and over-65s. En­vi­ron­ment Mu­seum of Stym­phalia, tel 274.702.2296

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