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Category Archives: Architecture & design
Long, wide terraces filled with flowers and plants provide garden-like outdoor living space for residents of this midrise apartment building in Glyfada
The grounds around the Temple of Olympian Zeus offer views toward the Parthenon and the Acropolis about 500 meters away in Central Athens
An elegantly styled building adds a graceful curve to the corner of Apollonas and Mpenizelou Streets in the Plaka District of Athens. The Naomi Furs showroom occupies the building’s street-level premises at 4 Mpenizelou Street.
The city of Athens fans outward from The Odeon of Herodes Atticus theatre, situated on the south side of the Acropolis. Originally built in 161 AD, the venue had a wooden roof and could seat 5,000 people for music concerts. … Continue reading
The Town Hall for the Municipality of Vathi on Samos island
The biggest building on Patmos just happens to be the island’s biggest tourist attraction — The Holy Monastery of Patmos, seen towering above the houses and mansions of Chora. Also known as the Monastery of St. John, it was built … Continue reading
The oval-shaped amphitheatre at Thorikos, northeast of Lavrio on the Attica peninsula, dates to the 6th Century B.C. It’s the oldest theatre in Greece.
Decorative cast iron railings on a building in the town of Vathi on Samos
The lighthouse in the harbour at Chania was built by the Venetians around 1570, and remodeled by the Egyptians when they occupied Crete between 1820 and 1841.
A wall on one of the buildings at Hotel Tagoo in Mykonos displays elements of traditional Cycladic architecture and design