Corinth was a wealthy city due to its location on a small isthmus between the Saronic Gulf and the Corinthian Bay, served by harbors on each side of the isthmus. Thus goods to Greece could easily be transported by this route. Even as far back as the Stone Age this transport route was used, being the shortest route from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea to the Adriatic Sea. In Corinth you can see the remains of the Roman City and the Greek Temple of Apollo. The marble-paved Lechaion Road connected Corinth with the port. The museum south of Odeon has a fine collection of articles for everyday use, tools, jewellery, mosaics and other finds from the area. The Corinthian Canal is also a must-see, especially when a ship is drawn through the canal.