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Recolector de Azafrán, Palacio de Cnosos

fresco appearing on the walls of Xeste 3 building BC) at the Akrotiri site, on the island of Santorini, Greece

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“The Parisiene”, fresco. Palace of Knossos. Crete, Greece. 1550-1450 B.C. (Late Minoan)

Minoan Woman or Goddess (La Parisienne) Date: c BCE Location: Knossos, Crete Medium: Fragment of a fresco Notes: Originally called "La Parisienne" by European excavators. Frescoes decorated the Knossos Palace.

Ship with dolphins. Wall painting replica from Akrotiri excavation. Ancient Greek painting. Greece, Santorini 17th century BC

Fresco from Akrotiri depicting the prow of a Minoan ship surrounded by dolphins, c. ( Wall painting replica from Akrotiri of Thera excavation ) .

The Minoan Bull-Leaping Fresco from the Great Palace at Knossos, Crete ‘Bull-leaping (also taurokathapsia, from Greek ταυροκαθάψια) is a motif of Middle Bronze Age figurative art, notably of Minoan.

Melissani Cave Lake, Kefalonia Greece

Melissani Cave, on Kefalonia Island in Greece, features a sky-blue lake within the cave. The lake is shallow and clear, and is covered with stones at the bottom. The cave was rediscovered in (In Greek mythology, Melissani was the cave of the nymphs.