Delos – 4

The fourth of five pieces about the Greek Island of Delos, at the centre of The Cyclades. The path continues past the Temple of Leto and the enormous Agora of the Italians before coming to the most famous part of the site, the Naxian Lions. Sadly, none of the lions on their plinths are originalsContinue reading “Delos – 4”

Mykonos – 2

There’s an interesting church called the Paraportiani, which means “Our Lady of the Side Gate” in Greek, as its doorway was found in the side gate of the entrance to the Kastro area. Construction of this church began in 1425, but wasn’t completed until the 17th century. This whitewashed church comprises five separate chapels whichContinue reading “Mykonos – 2”