Visiting Assassin's Creed Odyssey's Sanctuary Of Delphi In Real Life

TheGamer's Andy Kelly says: "I've just returned from a two-week vacation in Greece–a beautiful, sun-soaked land of gods and mythic heroes. I didn't follow in those legends' footsteps, however, having spent most of the trip sweating uncontrollably while eating gyros. But I did find time to soak up a bit of history between mouthfuls of pork and tsatziki-stuffed pita, including a visit to the famous Sanctuary of Delphi.

If you're a fan of Assassin's Creed Odyssey you'll be very familiar with this place. Considered the centre of the world by the ancient Greeks, this sacred precinct located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus was home to the Pythia, a soothsaying oracle. It's one of the most popular archeological sites in Greece, and I was lucky enough to visit it twice; at first with a guide, then exploring at my leisure."

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