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Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Belltowers.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The monastery is on many levels.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Wooden banisters.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 View of Varlaam above the rooftops.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Painting above a doorway.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The original kitchen.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Kitchenware.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Cooking pot.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The central courtyard.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Viewpoint with wooden railings.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Doorway.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The Carpeners' Room.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Barrels.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The monastery is almost self sufficient.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Grape press.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Living quarters.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The living quarters of the monks.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The monastery was founded by Saint Athanasios the Meteorite.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Steps cut into the rock face.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The monastery became wealthy after Serbian Emperor, Symeon Uros gave it his wealth and became a monk.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The monastery museum has a large collection of icons.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The museum has a large collection of local costumes.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Ottoman sword.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 The monastery has a large collection of books.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 18th century inkpots.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Constume from Epirus.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Medal showing Pythagoras.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Painted icons.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Illuminated Bible.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Constume from Thessaly.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Greek stamps.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 19th century cartridge belt.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Painting of St Paul.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 War cartoon from 1941 during the Nazi occupation.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Belt buckle used by priests.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Embroidery.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 19th century metalware.
Greece
Meteora
Great Meteoro Monastery
 Mosaic of Byzantine Emperor Constantine and Helen.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Arch of Galerius
 The arch was built by Galerius, a Roman Emperor.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Arch of Galerius
 The arch commemorates a Roman victory over Persia.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Rotunda
 The Rotunda was built as a mausoleum for Roman Emperor, Galerius.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Rotunda
 The Rotunda was converted into the city's first church by Emperor Contantine.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Rotunda
 Remnants of mosaics.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Rotunda
 The Rotunda was converted to a mosque by the Ottomans who added a minaret.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Rotunda
 Remnants of the building's Christian and Islamic past.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Ataturk House
 Kitchen.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Ataturk House
 Wax model of Kemal Ataturk.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Ataturk House
 Photos of Kemal Ataturk.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Church of Agios Demetrios
 The Church dates from the 5th century.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Church of Agios Demetrios
 The interior is in Byzantine style.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Church of Agios Demetrios
 Detail of the mosaics.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Church of Agios Demetrios
 Shrine to Saint Anyssia.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Church of Agios Demetrios
 The crypt.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Church of Agios Demetrios
 12th century bowl.
Greece
Thessaloniki
White Tower
 The interior.
Greece
Thessaloniki
White Tower
 Roman coins.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Monastery of Vlatadon
 The monastery was built in 1360.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Monastery of Vlatadon
 Small church.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Ano Poli
 The city walls were built in the 5th century by Theodosius.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Ano Poli
 Ano Poli was once the Turkish quarter.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 The door of an ancient Macedonian tomb at Aghia Paeaskevi (4th century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Offering to the deceased from 3rd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Elaborately carved gravestones (like this 3rd century BC example) replaced simple earth mounts as grave marhers from the 6th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Funerary stele with portraits of six family members dating from 190 AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Helmet and gold face mask from a tomb in Eindon, 520 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Grave slab from Derveni, c 30 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Detail of a horse and a man from the Derveni slab.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Detail of a woman from the Derveni slab.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Votive offering with the name of Zenothemis, the person making the offering.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Jewelry offered to the dead.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Pot found in a Macedonian tomb.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Bowl painted for the Dionysus festival, 480 BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Votive relief dedicated to Hades from Dervini, 2nd century AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Votive relief dedicated to Dionysus. The ears are meant to make the god listen.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Detail of a boar hunt from Thermi, painted 550 BC by renouned vase painter, Lydos.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Relief dedicated to the hero Hephestion from Pela, 4th century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Detail of a 4th century BC relief from Pela.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Vase depicting a lyre player, 3rd century BC.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Late 4th century AD portrait of a woman with an elaborate hairstyle.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Detail of a marble portrait of a woman.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Attic black pottery from graves at Aenea.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Fountain statue from Thessaloniki, 150 AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Thelastra are feeding bottles for babies.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Carving from a Roman sarcophagus, 3rd century.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Bust of Roman Emperor Septimus Serverus from 200 AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Typical vase from the Roman period without painting.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Clay oil lamp with bull.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archaeological Museum
 Bust of Alexander the Great, 200 AD.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Late 4th century BC silver coins with the head of Alexander the Great.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Grave slab showing the seated deceased talking to a relative with a young servant between them (3rd Century BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Bust of a priest (130 AD).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Gravestone of Caius Popillus (50 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Sofa decorations made from gilded terracotta depicting gryphons attacking deer (Pydna, 300 BC).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 A trabezophoron (table support) depicting Leda and the swan.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 2nd century statue of Isis.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Harpokrates, son of Egyptian gods Isis and Oriris, 3rd century.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 The fully armed gladiator, Lupercus with a helper holding his helmet (200 AD).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Floor mosaic.
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Staue of Emperor Octavian Augustus (1st century).
Greece
Thessaloniki
Archeological Museum
 Epona, a Celtic goddess of horses.

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