|Pirene or Peirene is the name of a fountain or spring in Greek mythology,
physically located in Corinth. It was said to be a favored watering-hole of Pegasus,
sacred to the Muses. Poets would travel there to drink and receive inspiration.
Another story says that the fountain was created by the hoof of Pegasus striking the
ground. Pirene, a nymph who, according to legend, gave the name to the fountain.
Located within the archaeological site of Ancient Corinth