• Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Interior and icons of St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, Eger, Hungary
  • Rare Madonna, Virgin Mary, Icons 12th Century Greek Orthodox Byzantine Church of the Ayioi Apstoloi  Katomeria, Kea, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Madonna, Virgin Mary, Icons Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Madonna, Virgin Mary, Icons in the 17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of Greek Orthodox Chapel with Icons of the Madonna, Virgin Mary ( Hodegetaria Style) and Jesus Christ - Naxos Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of a chapel and Orthodox icons of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of a chapel and Orthodox icons of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of a chapel and Orthodox icons of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of a chapel and Orthodox icons of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of a chapel and Orthodox icons of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Icons in the 4th century AD Church of Saint Demetrius, or Hagios Demetrios, Άγιος Δημήτριος, a Palaeochristian and Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Icons in the 4th century AD Church of Saint Demetrius, or Hagios Demetrios,  , a Palaeochristian and Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Icons in the 4th century AD Church of Saint Demetrius, or Hagios Demetrios,  , a Palaeochristian and Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Interior of the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Kastariani for the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Kea Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Kastariani for the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Kea Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the Greek Orthodox Monastery of Kastariani for the Assumption of the Virgin Mary, Kea Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Rare 12th Century Greek Orthodox Byzantine Church of the Ayioi Apstoloi  Katomeria, Kea, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • The unusual Baroque interior of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral of the Metamorphosis,  Ermoupolis, Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Bust of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Patriach of Syros,  Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Bust of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Patriach of Syros,  Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Bust of the Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Patriach of Syros,  Syros Island [ ????? ] , Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Rare 12th Century Greek Orthodox Byzantine Church of the Ayioi Apstoloi  Katomeria, Kea, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Rare 12th Century Greek Orthodox Byzantine Fresco in the Church of the Ayioi Apstoloi  Katomeria, Kea, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Rare 12th Century Greek Orthodox Byzantine Church of the Ayioi Apstoloi  Katomeria, Kea, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Rare 12th Century Greek Orthodox Byzantine Church of the Ayioi Apstoloi  Katomeria, Kea, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior with frescos of the  Agios Symios, kea, Greek Cyclades Island
  • Interior of one of the many small chapels of Ioulis (Chora) . Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of one of the many small chapels of Ioulis (Chora) . Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of one of the many small chapels of Ioulis (Chora) . Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the Hill top Orthodox cave church above Naxos Thira, Naxos Island, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the Hill top Orthodox cave church above Naxos Thira, Naxos Island, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Fresco of the Madonna, Virgin Mary,in the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the the  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • The  17th Century Byzantine Greek Orthodox Monastery of Agia Anna ( St Anne) 17th Century
  • Interior of the Hill top Orthodox cave church above Naxos Thira, Naxos Island, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the Hill top Orthodox cave church above Naxos Thira, Naxos Island, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of the Hill top Orthodox cave church above Naxos Thira, Naxos Island, Greek Cyclades Islands
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Fresco of the Madonna, Virgin Mary,in the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Eastern Roman Byzantine walk in baptismal font from the 6th century AD Parish Church of Demna near Kalibia, Cape Bon, Tunisia. <br />
<br />
The baptismal font was removed from the church and restored in the Bardo Museum Tunis in 1955. <br />
<br />
The mosaic iconographic decorations represent the salvation of the neophyte, newcomer, who by being baptised is admitted into the Church of Christ whilst being illuminated by faith, represented the mosaic lit candle illustrations.<br />
<br />
The P with a cross through it is the Chi Rho, a Christian symbol which represent the first two letters of Jesus Christ's name in Greek. The Christogram also has the Greek letters Alpha and Omega which represent the passage from the book of revelations: “I am the Alpha and Omega" Chapter 1 verse 8, which is clarified by "the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13). <br />
<br />
In these type of baptismal fonts those being baptised would have been fully immersed in water as John the Baptist immersed Jesus. <br />
<br />
The font was paid for by donation by Iuliana and Aquinius who dedicated the font to St Cyprian, the martyed Bishop of Carthage, circa 258,  and the author of a treatise on baptism rites<br />
<br />
The Bardo Museum Tunis
  • Eastern Roman Byzantine walk in baptismal font from the 6th century AD Parish Church of Demna near Kalibia, Cape Bon, Tunisia. <br />
<br />
The baptismal font was removed from the church and restored in the Bardo Museum Tunis in 1955. <br />
<br />
The mosaic iconographic decorations represent the salvation of the neophyte, newcomer, who by being baptised is admitted into the Church of Christ whilst being illuminated by faith, represented the mosaic lit candle illustrations.<br />
<br />
The P with a cross through it is the Chi Rho, a Christian symbol which represent the first two letters of Jesus Christ's name in Greek. The Christogram also has the Greek letters Alpha and Omega which represent the passage from the book of revelations: “I am the Alpha and Omega" Chapter 1 verse 8, which is clarified by "the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13). <br />
<br />
In these type of baptismal fonts those being baptised would have been fully immersed in water as John the Baptist immersed Jesus. <br />
<br />
The font was paid for by donation by Iuliana and Aquinius who dedicated the font to St Cyprian, the martyed Bishop of Carthage, circa 258,  and the author of a treatise on baptism rites<br />
<br />
The Bardo Museum Tunis
  • Eastern Roman Byzantine walk in baptismal font from the 6th century AD Parish Church of Demna near Kalibia, Cape Bon, Tunisia. <br />
<br />
The baptismal font was removed from the church and restored in the Bardo Museum Tunis in 1955. <br />
<br />
The mosaic iconographic decorations represent the salvation of the neophyte, newcomer, who by being baptised is admitted into the Church of Christ whilst being illuminated by faith, represented the mosaic lit candle illustrations.<br />
<br />
The P with a cross through it is the Chi Rho, a Christian symbol which represent the first two letters of Jesus Christ's name in Greek. The Christogram also has the Greek letters Alpha and Omega which represent the passage from the book of revelations: “I am the Alpha and Omega" Chapter 1 verse 8, which is clarified by "the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13). <br />
<br />
In these type of baptismal fonts those being baptised would have been fully immersed in water as John the Baptist immersed Jesus. <br />
<br />
The font was paid for by donation by Iuliana and Aquinius who dedicated the font to St Cyprian, the martyed Bishop of Carthage, circa 258,  and the author of a treatise on baptism rites<br />
<br />
The Bardo Museum Tunis
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of the Theotokos, Monastery, Paleokastitsa, 18th century Greek Orthodox. Corfu Ionian Island, Greece
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of Monastery of Paleokastro Greek Orthodox church, Ano Mera,  Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Exterior bas reliefs on the traditional Greek Orthodox church, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Exterior bas reliefs on the traditional Greek Orthodox church, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Eastern Roman Byzantine walk in baptismal font from the 6th century AD Parish Church of Demna near Kalibia, Cape Bon, Tunisia. <br />
<br />
The baptismal font was removed from the church and restored in the Bardo Museum Tunis in 1955. <br />
<br />
The mosaic iconographic decorations represent the salvation of the neophyte, newcomer, who by being baptised is admitted into the Church of Christ whilst being illuminated by faith, represented the mosaic lit candle illustrations.<br />
<br />
The P with a cross through it is the Chi Rho, a Christian symbol which represent the first two letters of Jesus Christ's name in Greek. The Christogram also has the Greek letters Alpha and Omega which represent the passage from the book of revelations: “I am the Alpha and Omega" Chapter 1 verse 8, which is clarified by "the beginning and the end" (Revelation 21:6, 22:13). <br />
<br />
In these type of baptismal fonts those being baptised would have been fully immersed in water as John the Baptist immersed Jesus. <br />
<br />
The font was paid for by donation by Iuliana and Aquinius who dedicated the font to St Cyprian, the martyed Bishop of Carthage, circa 258,  and the author of a treatise on baptism rites<br />
<br />
The Bardo Museum Tunis
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of St Georges  traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • Interior of traditional Greek Orthodox church, Chora, Mykonos, Cyclades Islands, Greece.
  • The Christian memorial funerary mosaic of Matziceus, a Libyan, with the inscription reading: ‘the faithful Matziceus lived in peace for 42 years, rested (died) on the fifteenth of the calends of June’.<br />
<br />
The panel is decorated with vines which grow out of a cantharus, a Greek style drinking cup, which represents the fountain of life.<br />
<br />
5th century Eastern Byzantine Roman mosaic from the Parish church of Demna, left AisleBardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. White background
  • The Christian memorial funerary mosaic of Matziceus, a Libyan, with the inscription reading: ‘the faithful Matziceus lived in peace for 42 years, rested (died) on the fifteenth of the calends of June’.<br />
<br />
The panel is decorated with vines which grow out of a cantharus, a Greek style drinking cup, which represents the fountain of life.<br />
<br />
5th century Eastern Byzantine Roman mosaic from the Parish church of Demna, left AisleBardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Grey background
  • The Christian memorial funerary mosaic of Matziceus, a Libyan, with the inscription reading: ‘the faithful Matziceus lived in peace for 42 years, rested (died) on the fifteenth of the calends of June’.<br />
<br />
The panel is decorated with vines which grow out of a cantharus, a Greek style drinking cup, which represents the fountain of life.<br />
<br />
5th century Eastern Byzantine Roman mosaic from the Parish church of Demna, left AisleBardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia
  • The Christian memorial funerary mosaic of Matziceus, a Libyan, with the inscription reading: ‘the faithful Matziceus lived in peace for 42 years, rested (died) on the fifteenth of the calends of June’.<br />
<br />
The panel is decorated with vines which grow out of a cantharus, a Greek style drinking cup, which represents the fountain of life.<br />
<br />
5th century Eastern Byzantine Roman mosaic from the Parish church of Demna, left AisleBardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia. Black background
  • Interior & Icons of a small orthodox chapel in north West Chios Island Greece.
  • Interior & Icons of a small orthodox chapel in north West Chios Island Greece.
  • Interior & Icons of a small orthodox chapel in north West Chios Island Greece.
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa , showing Byzantine frescos & Icons,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • One of the hundreds of traditional  red roofed chapels on Mykonos with a plane landing, Cyclades Islads, Greece
  • One of the hundreds of traditional  red roofed chapels on Mykonos with a plane landing, Cyclades Islads, Greece
  • Madonna, Virgin Mary, Icon  of the Byzantine Orthodox monastery of Pantanassa ,  Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Byzantine mosaics of of angels in Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Christ being baptised by John The Baptist in Byzantine mosaics of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Christ being baptised by John The Baptist in Byzantine mosaics of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Christ being baptised by John The Baptist in Byzantine mosaics of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The crusifiction Byzantine mosaic of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Byzantine mosaics of Christ i Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Ruins of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Ossary of Victims  of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance.  The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Ruins of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Ruins of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Ruins of the Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine chapel & Ossary of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Byzantine of Nea Moni built by Constantine IX and Empress Zoe after the miraculous appearance of an Icon of the Virgin Mary at the site and inaugurated in 1049. Scene of a terrible sack and massacre of hundreds of Chiots and priests during the Ottoman sack of Chios in reprisal for the 1821 Greek War of Indipendance. Nea Moni monastery, Chios Island, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The Romanesque Altar Front of Baltarga<br />
<br />
Around 1200, Tempera on wood with metalic ornamention from the church of Saint Andreu (Andrew) of Baltarga, Catalonia, Spain.<br />
<br />
National Art Museum of Catalonia, Barcelona. MNAC 15804<br />
<br />
The Romanesque paintings depict scenes from the life and the martyrdom of St. Andrew. At its centre is a theophany with Christ Pantocrator (Majesty) surrounded by a Mandorla around which is a tetramorph with the symbols of the four evangelists, St Matthew the man, St Mark the lion, St Luke the ox, and John the eagle.. Eastern influences are especially evident in this magnificent altar frontal, which has an elegant palette of colours, with sophisticated soft flesh tones. The work seems most  likely to have come from the workshop of  highly skilled Greek painters,  which was installed in the vicinity of the monastery of Sant Marti Canigo and signed at least one of their works (now defunct) as Magister Alexander.
  • The exterior of the Byzantine Church of St Theodoroi Church. Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The exterior of the Byzantine Evangelistria's Church. Mystras ,  Sparta, the Peloponnese, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece
  • Interior of one of the 365  Greek Orthodox Chapels of Ios with religious icons. Cyclades Islands, Greece

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