are you following me, I was there in 2006.
No, Rene, you're following me since I took this in 2005!
Amazing place, isn't it Maryline. 5000 bC and they had such a buildings. I was there in 2003. Greetings, Bart.
Yes, Bart, it is truly an amazing place. I'm glad that you, too, have had the privilege of visiting it. Greetings, Marilyn
This one surprises me......still have the paint.....Congratulations from Portugal....Conquilha
Thank you, Conquilha. Actually the paint is the result of "reconstruction" by Sir Arthur Evans early in the 20th century--but is very attractive! Greetings from Canada, Marilyn
Amazing place,amazing ruins,amazing people.Great!
Thank you, damilano and zhamlikhanov, for visiting, and greetings from Canada.
As a Greek and as an amateur photographer I have to congratulate you Marilyn for your wonderful photos . Your whole gallery is spectacular and this photo really excellent.
Best regards from Greece
I remember that picture. I went there while school crusie in 1968. It is very interest about before Jesus born. Which one Missionary Paul went to Crete but which he did there after Jesus died. Will you share me about this history story. I am making the scrapbook about this history while tour. Also, big vase. I try think what is for big vase? it is for oil or water or what. Can you tell me about this. thank you very much for your helping.
Huge Minoan vases used for storage of solid or liguid food: "Pythoi"
Hi Marilyn Thanks for joining the group columns & capitals. I just discovered a very nice other columns going through your nice pictures ... Fascinating really ... greetings from switzerland christian
Excellent composition, L4, best wishes, Biplab.
Very late thanks, Dimitris, Irishlady, and Christian, and also thank you, Biplab. Sir Arthur Evans's "reconstruction" in the early 20th century may not be accurate, but it is beautiful!
Best wishes, Marilyn
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Photo taken in Knosos 714 09, Greece
Misplaced? Suggest new location