Been There - Greece and Turkey

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Athens, GreeceAthensGreeceParthenonAthens, GreeceAthensGreeceGetting ready for San Francisco Ballet to perform at Odeon of Herodes AtticusAthens, GreeceAthensGreeceWe saw the San Francisco Ballet perform at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. It was an incredible experience to watch artists perform in a theater...Athens, GreeceAthensGreeceAthensOia, GreeceOiaGreeceSunsetOia, GreeceOiaGreeceThis door may very well lead to no where, but it sure looks good in the process!Oia, GreeceOiaGreeceOiaOia, GreeceOiaGreeceI love the shapes!Oia, GreeceOiaGreeceOia is sensory overload. Every turn, every step, every blink of the eye reveals something even more amazing.Santorini, South Aegean, GreeceSantoriniSouth Aegean, GreeceMesa Gonia (Ghost Village)Santorini, South Aegean, GreeceSantoriniSouth Aegean, GreeceGhost VillageSantorini, South Aegean, GreeceSantoriniSouth Aegean, GreeceDoor at ghost village. We have already previously established I have a door/window/shutter obsession :)Santorini, South Aegean, GreeceSantoriniSouth Aegean, GreeceGhost VillageSantorini, South Aegean, GreeceSantoriniSouth Aegean, GreeceChurch at Mesa Gonia. This is a ghost village that was abandoned after the 1956 earthquake. It is a stunning place to walk around and photograph....Santorini, South Aegean, GreeceSantoriniSouth Aegean, GreeceThis is Panagia Episkopi (the oldest church on the island) a stop on a tour called "Sunset in Oia & Traditional Villages".Efes, İzmir, TurkeyEfesİzmir, TurkeyGreat Theater held 25,000 spectators.Efes, İzmir, TurkeyEfesİzmir, TurkeyCuretes Street. There were fountains, monuments, statues and shops on the sides of the street. The shops on the south side were two-storied. I...Efes, İzmir, TurkeyEfesİzmir, TurkeyCeiling of Library of CelsusEfes, İzmir, TurkeyEfesİzmir, TurkeyColumns and detail from Library of CelsusEfes, İzmir, TurkeyEfesİzmir, TurkeyLibrary of Celsus was built in 135 AD. The library was built to hold 12,000 scrolls. It was destroyed in a fire from an earthquake in 262AD
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