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Griechenland

 

MYKENE | ATHOS | MISTRA | METEORA | KRETA | ANTIKE ARCHÄOLOGISCHE STÄTTEN

  • Delos: Phallic pillars in the sanctuary of Dionysos
  • Delos: Terrace of the foreign Gods with the Temple of Isis in the background
  • Delos: The Temple of Isis
  • Epidaurus: Sleeping quarters of the patients in the Sanctuary of Asclepius
  • Episaurus: The antient theatre
  • Knossos: A portion of the reconstructed Minoan palace at Knossos, Crete, noted for its bull fresco
  • Metéora: Rosánou monastery | One of  the monasteries of the Metéora complexes of Eastern Orthodox monasteries built on natural sandstone rock pillars, at the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly
  • Mistra: Architectural detail of the Pantanassa Monastery at Mistra in Morea [the Peloponnesus], on Mt. Taygetos, near ancient Sparta
  • Mistra: Pantanassa Monastery at Mistra in Morea [the Peloponnesus], on Mt. Taygetos, near ancient Sparta
  • Mount Athos: Osiou Grigoriou monastery in the monastic state of Mount Athos
  • Mycenae: Entrance to the tholos tomb called the Treasury of Atreus [ca. 1250 BCE]
  • Mycenae: Roof of the tholos tomb called the Treasury of Atreus [ca. 1250 BCE]
  • Mycenae: The Lion Gate - detail of the two lionesses in a heraldic pose on the lintel [13th cent. BCE]
  • Mycenae: The Lion Gate - the main entrance of the citadel of Mycenae [13th cent. BCE] I
  • Mycenae: The Lion Gate - the main entrance of the citadel of Mycenae [13th cent. BCE] II
  • Mycenae: The North Gate
  • Mycenae: View of the citadel
  • Mykonos: Paraportiani Church in Chora Mykonos I
  • Mykonos: Paraportiani Church in Chora Mykonos II

Alle Bilder: © Elmar R. Gruber