Stoa Atallou by Kostas Pavlis

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Stoa Atallou is an impressive building, situated in the east side of Ancient Agora. It was built at about 150 BC with a foundation of king of Pergamos Attalos. It know hosts the museum of Ancient Agora.


  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    cheers ; outstanding;

  • BettinaSchwarz
    BettinaSchwarzover 5 years ago

    fantastic!!! I was there just a few days ago, yet didn’t come with many creative shots … lots of people & think I wasn’t in top photographic mode anymore …

    This is a fantastic creation – just love the composition, light and focus!!!

  • Hello Bettina, thanks a lot for your nice comments to my photos, I find you gallery very interesting too.
    Kind regards,

    – Kostas Pavlis

  • Themis
    Themisover 4 years ago

    Beautiful, it could have looked like this 2000 years ago! From what I read on the Wikipedia, it did, and apparently the reconstruction was done faithful to the original. Beautiful take, well done. I think it would fit very well in the International Point of Interest group, as well as a few others (like Architecture Details, European Life, Europa, Greece and All Things Hellenic, etc)

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