Friday, February 19, 2010


Another day in Athens, every thing going great. I'm actually off to see the new film Agora in a few hours, better be good. Anywaym here's some shots from earlier today.

The odeon of Herodes Atticus, previously presented here.

The Propylaea, dated to the 430's BC, (gate) leading in to the Athenian acropolis. It was actually more famous than the Parthenon itself during antiquity.

A shot from the inside of the Propylaea.

The Athenian Agora, you can see several buildings in this view that have been presented earlier on, such as the temple of Hephaestus (2 versions here and here), some tombs, the small Byzantine church, a bust of Hadrianus, several statues, the odeon of Agrippa, the great drains and a capital from the odeon. I feel, seeing these pictures, that getting a new camera was a good idea.


Louise said...

Fina bilder =)
Saknar dig /syrran

Patrik Klingborg said...

Man tackar så mycket syrran! Har du fått mitt kort än?