Here's the second part of a photographic series of posts, with views from my home, mostly towards the western mountains and suburbs of Athens.
first one below, is of a residential building at Aghias Lavras St., in
the neighborhood of Ano Patissia. It's one of the few tall buildings in
Greece, with a total of 16 floors above ground. For a full list and
history of Athens' tall buildings take a look at this thread, in "Skyscrapercity.com".
|Aghias Lavras St. residential tower, near sunset|
|Sunset clouds. Athens, Greece|
|Rays of sun piercing the clouds, over the Southwest mountains of Athens (Mt. Egaleo). Athens, Greece.|
|A lit basketball court / neighborhood square surrounded by concrete buildings, Athens, Greece.|
|The western suburb of Petroupoli and the Theatro Petras (Theatre of Stone), an old rehabilitated quarry, at dusk. Athens, Greece.|
|The northwest suburbs of Acharnai and Ilion, w/ the Parko Tritsi enclosed in the concrete jungle.|
|Dusk towards the western suburbs of Athens and Mount Egaleo. Athens, Greece.|
|The soft, early morning light, with a view from the northern Athens neighborhood of Ano Patissia up to the foothills of Mount Parnitha.|
|Sunny day, with fleeting clouds in the sky; Looking westwards. Athens, Greece|
|Solar water boilers are a permanent fixture in most Athens rooftops. Athens, Greece.|
|Looking southwest, towards Mount Egaleo (a.k.a. Aigaleo) with TV antennas at the mountain top. Athens, Greece.|
|Does that look familiar? Theatro Petras ("Theatre of Stone") in the suburb of Petroupoli, this time in the morning. Athens, Greece.|
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