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The medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes on the island of Rhodes, Greece in the eastern Aegean Sea. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. by petros L

The medieval Old Town of the City of Rhodes on the island of Rhodes, Greece in the eastern Aegean Sea. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. by petros L

Castle of Methoni, Peloponnese, Greece | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Castle of Methoni, Peloponnese, Greece | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

1865-1866  Decanter by William Burgess at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Burgess designed several decanters similar to this one. These included two for use in his own home, Tower House in Kensington, London, as shown in contemporary photographs. Burges looked to the arts of China, Assyria, ancient Greece and Rome, and medieval Europe as inspiration for this design."

1865-1866 Decanter by William Burgess at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Burgess designed several decanters similar to this one. These included two for use in his own home, Tower House in Kensington, London, as shown in contemporary photographs. Burges looked to the arts of China, Assyria, ancient Greece and Rome, and medieval Europe as inspiration for this design."

Penteado de noiva - Rabo de cavalo com Tiara dourada de folhinhas (Foto: Raquel Espírito Santo) #casamento #noiva #penteado

Penteado de noiva - Rabo de cavalo com Tiara dourada de folhinhas (Foto: Raquel Espírito Santo) #casamento #noiva #penteado

1865-1866 British Decanter at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The architect and designer William Burges (1827-1881) designed several decanters (decorative vessels for serving wine at the table) similar to this one. These included two for use in his own home, Tower House in Kensington, London, as shown in contemporary photographs. Burges looked to the arts of China, Assyria, ancient Greece and Rome, and medieval Europe as inspiration for this design."

Decanter

1865-1866 British Decanter at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "The architect and designer William Burges (1827-1881) designed several decanters (decorative vessels for serving wine at the table) similar to this one. These included two for use in his own home, Tower House in Kensington, London, as shown in contemporary photographs. Burges looked to the arts of China, Assyria, ancient Greece and Rome, and medieval Europe as inspiration for this design."

"Parga old castle, Epirus, Greece" by bilwander on Flickr ~ Parga Old Castle, Epirus, Greece

"Parga old castle, Epirus, Greece" by bilwander on Flickr ~ Parga Old Castle, Epirus, Greece

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