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Corinth was situated in the northeastern corner of the Peloponnese — very near the narrow land bridge (isthmus) that connected the Peloponnese to the mainland of Greece.
The Greek city of Corinth had been (partially) destroyed by the Romans in 146 B.C., but the rebuilding process, as a Roman city, had begun by 44 B.C. In Paul's day there may have been 200,000 people living there.
Paul spent 18 months here on his second journey and maybe three months on his third.