Corinth Canal linking the two seas

Corinth Canal .. Place unique of its kind linking the two seas!
Corinth Canal is a waterway connecting the Gulf of Corinth and the Saronic Gulf in eastern central Greece, with a channel length of 6 km, and penetrate the narrow piece of land that link peninsula Bjelobonisas with other land Greece.
French company began building the canal in 1882, Greece and completed in 1893, and was the Roman Emperor Nero had started the first attempt to construct such a canal in 1967.

This channel is a waterway crossed by important Greek ships traveling between Greece and various Mediterranean ports, and major tourist destination channel for the beauty and awe appearance.