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Temple of Athena
Turkey

The Ancient Greek Temple of Athena, Assos (Behramkale), Turkey.

The Temple of Athena overlooks the Greek Island of Lesvos (Lesbos) in the Northern Aegean Sea.

Copyright: Mark Songhurst
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11372x5686
Taken: 15/09/2009
Uploaded: 18/10/2009
Updated: 17/10/2014
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Tags: temple; greek; turkey; assos; behramkale; athena
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