Who built Delphi?
Delphi was created by borland.
The Delphi programming language was named after the Oracle of Delphi, the common name for the Pythia, the priestess of the Temple of Apollo at Delphi in Greece. The Oracle database was a popular DBMS and, given that Delphi is based upon the Pascal programming language which focuses on database development, this tied in nicely with the phrase; "If you want to talk to the Oracle, go to Delphi."
Some were built on the high place in a city where they also served as a refuge and treasury under protection of the god eg Athena's Parthenon at Athens. Others were located in remote places such as in the mountains for Apollo at Delphi or the temple of Poseidon at Cape Sunion. They were all built on a rock base for stability.
Delphi gets its name from the word dolphin in Greek, delphis. Answer 2: No, no, no! Delphi was a city. In Apollo's temple there was an oracle, the Pythia, who made prophecies. In the tholos temple there was an oracle. That temple was sacred to Apollo. The tholos temple is also called the temple of Delphi.