Travel Photo 280897

Jul 20, 2019 10:40am
This is a photo from the site http://www.fourni-travel.com/en/fourni-korseon-history/. Underneath it reads the following: "The Roman sarcophagus, that is today in the square of Fournoi, was found in Mr. Gramatikos’ lot after a request of the owner for an excavation. The sarcophagus is 1.10 m tall, 2.38 m long and 1.10 m wide. It is decorated with relief circles and rings. The sarcophagus is similar to the other two that were found in ancient Inoi and now can be seen in Ikaria ‘s Kambos collection. The way the sarcophagus was placed, makes the specialists assume that this was its original location and that in ancient times this location was used as a cemetery. On the hill, in the courtyard of Taxiarches church there are columns made of limestone, granite and marble. There are also obvious signs of grave robbing." Ooops

Greece and France

Jun 20 - Jul 12, 2019
The first half of this trek-Greece-is a step both back and forward in time. While our time experiencing Hellenic history will include the classic touristy destinations of Athens, Santorini and Mykonos (thank Zeus the kids are older), our first stop...

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