1896 ~ Athens

“Rare photo of and Acropolis in The Photo was taken by Paul Baron des Granges.

Greek woman from Smyrna, an important Aegean coastal town, today in Turkey. Many locales were named after Smyrna, notably in the USA. There's a "Smyrna" in the states of California, Delaware, Georgia, Maine, Michigan, North-Carolina & South-Carolina, Tennessee ... and two of them in New York. The original town itself cannot be called "Smyrna" however. The Turks insist that "Izmir", the Turkish mispronunciation of its name, must instead be used in all languages.

A young Greek woman from Smyrna, Asia Minor (modern day Izmir, Turkey) in traditional folk dress, taken in

Walter Hege, caryatid, c. 1930. Hege was a prominent architectural photographer who, having joined the Nazis, found great success after 1933. His photo shows Athens from the point of view of one of the caryatids: an emblem of Nazi hubris

Walter Hege, caryatid, c. Hege was a prominent architectural photographer who, having joined the Nazis, found great success after His photo shows Athens from the point of view of one of the caryatids: an emblem of Nazi hubris

1912 Greece 5 Lepta Owl on Amphora Crown Bird Animal Center Hole Coin | eBay

1912 Greece 5 lepta Owl on amphora crown bird animal center hole coin

#Mykonos !

We traveled in time at the Vassilis Zoulias SS 16 Fashion show and it was not just the clothes and the music.

Φωτογραφία του James Robertson: Ο ναός του Ολυμπίου Διός. Αθήνα 1853-1854. Photo by James Robertson: Temple of Olympian Zeus. Athens 1853-1854

Φωτογραφία του James Robertson: Ο ναός του Ολυμπίου Διός. Αθήνα 1853-1854. Photo by James Robertson: Temple of Olympian Zeus. Athens 1853-1854

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