Ioanna Koulouri, Nikolaos Spyrou

References to the Corinth Canal are usually associated with the section where the National Road is passing through, as it is the only active part of the area while the few activities that take place ignore their direct relationship to the Canal.

Following the Canal from West to East, one recognizes the Isthmus history from antiquity until today through the traces of history. By locating these traces on the map, a spatial continuity is noted leading to the following time categorization: antiquity - opening of the Canal - 2nd World War - construction of the National Road - current situation.

Following this approach a route can be planned along the Canal, which passes through all the above mentioned historical phases and illustrates the history of the area.

The proposal aims to activate the Canal axis, in order not to constitute a few minute stop of travelers but to become their destination.