Wednesday, October 02, 2013

And In The Basement

The label on the entry to the basement, just so you would know.
The basement of Kyrelos was originally used as a receiving dock for deliveries coming in by boat.  Now, it is La Galerie des Antiques.  The pieces on display are smaller versions of famous statues, as well as maps of Greek cities from centuries past.
Don't know who she is, but she was very lovely.

A door that originally took deliveries.

Lovely lady.

Does this look familiar?  The Parthenon in Athens.
As you have probably figured out by now, we really enjoyed our visit to Kyrelos.  The location is fantastic as well, being right on the sea.  If you find youself in the area, be sure and stop for a look!

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