#1

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Athens, Greece
Athens is a beautiful city with great history and I enjoy visiting archaeological sites when I have time.

So, I present to you the Ancient Agora of Athens, which is next to Parthenon.

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#2

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San Diego, Cal., USA
Nick, this gives me goosebumps.  When I was in Cardiff, Wales (that country's capital) in 1980, I was able to walk up to a Roman Wall, dating from 1,000+ years ago, and touch it  To think that I was touching a wall that had been built by Romans more than 1,000 years ago was simply unbelievable.

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#3

Member
Woodstock, VT
Nice...and still around to this day!

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#4

Member
Athens, Greece
(05-21-2017, 11:31 PM)Freddy Wrote: Nick, this gives me goosebumps.  When I was in Cardiff, Wales (that country's capital) in 1980, I was able to walk up to a Roman Wall, dating from 1,000+ years ago, and touch it  To think that I was touching a wall that had been built by Romans more than 1,000 years ago was simply unbelievable.

Freddy, the Agora of Athens was founded about 2500 years ago. Also, there have been found items and graves there from 1100 BC. Inside the museum, there is a well preserved grave of a 7 yo girl from that time. It's something that certainly gives you goosebumps.

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#5

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San Diego, Cal., USA
(05-21-2017, 11:40 PM)vtmax Wrote: Nice...and still around to this day!

(05-21-2017, 11:55 PM)nikos.a Wrote:
(05-21-2017, 11:31 PM)Freddy Wrote: Nick, this gives me goosebumps.  When I was in Cardiff, Wales (that country's capital) in 1980, I was able to walk up to a Roman Wall, dating from 1,000+ years ago, and touch it  To think that I was touching a wall that had been built by Romans more than 1,000 years ago was simply unbelievable.

Freddy, the Agora of Athens was founded about 2500 years ago. Also, there have been found items and graves there from 1100 BC. Inside the museum, there is a well preserved grave of a 7 yo girl from that time. It's something that certainly gives you goosebumps.

Truly, gentlemen, the best of humanity is simply amazing, isn't it?

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#6
Wonderful pictures, thanks!

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#7
Beautiful! I shall visit one day. Thanks for sharing your great pictures.

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#8
Repatriate the 'Elgin' marbles!

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#9
Lovely photos, Nick and thank you for sharing. Happy2

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#10

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Athens, Greece
(05-23-2017, 12:08 AM)celestino Wrote: Lovely photos, Nick and thank you for sharing. Happy2

Thank you, Celestino!


For some reason, Tapatalk reduces the quality of the photos I upload. I tried Imgur and Photobucket, but the problem remains.

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