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Abandoned old cycladic property with a small tidy chapel surrounded by group of ruins and opuntias, spotted on a glorious October day in Mykonos island, Greece.

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private winery

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The interiors of a secluded winery, located in the vineyards of a vast Mykonian private estate.

Image for WeWasteTime

fleeting tranquility

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Glorious afternoon break from the wild Aegean Meltemi winds, at serfers paradise Ftelia beach, Mykonos island, Greece. Image WWT

Farma Kreaton / Minas Kosmidis

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Farma Kreaton or Fabrica Kreaton, a two story restaurant located in Komotini, Greece, designed in 2012 by Greek architect Minas Kosmidis.

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Shame intervention / Borondo

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Series of vitraux titled Shame, on the facade of Club K44, located in Athens, Greece, by Spanish street artist Borondo.

Artist previously feat. here.

clay anthrakia / Delos, Greece

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Ancient Greek clay anthrakia aka coal-fuel stove, used for cooking and heating, found at the Archaeological museum of Delos, Greece.

image via

owl of nevermore

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Garage door found strolling downtown Athens Greece. The owl graffiti created by Greek street artists DonForty and Blaqk

photo WeWasteTime

previously: Patterns explosion + blaqkblaqkblaqk3

interventions of the Antikytherian sea sculptors

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70–60 BC Greek life-size marble statues, raised from the Antikythera Ship-wreck found by a team of sponge divers in 1900.The parts buried by the sand are exceptionally preserved while the rest of the Parian marble was disfigured by stone-eating organisms.

The first diver to lay eyes on the shipwreck described the scene as a heap of rotting corpses and horses lying on the sea bed,

 

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From the exhibition Antikythera Shipwreck, the Ship, the Treasures, the Mechanism, at the National Archaeological Museum of Athens, photos by WeWasteTime.

previously: the Antikythera Mechanism

marbles 2013

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Marbles” photo series by London based photographer Ingrid Berthon-Moine features the testicles of several marble Greek statues found throughout Europe.
Also check her 2010 project “V”, where men’s hairy chests are framed in a way that suggests the female pubis.
Via feature shoot.