Ancient Greek marble torso, photographed by Angel Gil.
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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The interiors of a secluded winery, located in the vineyards of a vast Mykonian private estate.
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Seeking Locccations under the autumn sky, Aegean Sea. Image WWT.
Glorious afternoon break from the wild Aegean Meltemi winds, at serfers paradise Ftelia beach, Mykonos island, Greece. Image WWT
Farma Kreaton or Fabrica Kreaton, a two story restaurant located in Komotini, Greece, designed in 2012 by Greek architect Minas Kosmidis.
Series of vitraux titled Shame, on the facade of Club K44, located in Athens, Greece, by Spanish street artist Borondo.
Artist previously feat. here.
Ancient Greek clay anthrakia aka coal-fuel stove, used for cooking and heating, found at the Archaeological museum of Delos, Greece.
Garage door found strolling downtown Athens Greece. The owl graffiti created by Greek street artists DonForty and Blaqk
previously: Patterns explosion + blaqkblaqkblaqk3
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,
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
Brilliant handmade collages by Greek artist George Bogiatzidis