Monday, January 18, 2010

A small church and Hadrianus

The weather isn't really as good as it could have been right now, it's grey and the threat of rain seems constant but it's at least warmer here than in Sweden.

Anyway, I've spent the day walking the city, getting familiar with the modern Athens. I've seen Schliemanns house, the parliament and some other major modern monuments.

A small orthodox church in central Athens, and a typical example on how a Byzantine church looks.

The backside of Hadrians Library. This might very well be one of the dullest pictures that I've ever posted here, but I realised that it could be compared to another wall in Pompeii that imitate the masonry work seen here in plaster.

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