The tekke fountain was situated at the upper terrace east of Lechaion Road, circa 150 m northeast of the Ancient Corinth modern village square. It was set at an Elevation 70 Metres above sea level, constructed behind the religious Ottoman building of Tekke, which stands alongside the main provincial road.

The fountain doesn’t survive till today, apart from its reservoir tank, that can be still traced as it has been incorporated into a modern private property.


Landon Mark E., “Beyond Peirene: Toward a Broader View of Corinthian Water Supply”, in Corinth, The Centenary: 1896-1996, vol. 20 (2003), The American School of Classical Studies at Athens, p. 43-62.
Skias A., Πρακτικά της εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογικής Εταιρείας, Αthens 1906.

Eleni I. Kanetaki

Map of Ancient Corinth, where the Tekke fountain was registered (Σκιάς A., Χάρτης Παλαιάς Κορίνθου, Πίνακας Ε’, Πρακτικά της εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογικής Εταιρείας, Αθήναι 1906).

Behind the building of the Tekke (Sezai-yi Gülseni Türbesi) still stands a water tank, the former reservoir of the once existing Tekke fountain.