“Ephesus, Turkey. Originally built c. 117 AD, the Library of Celsus was built in a relatively small space between two existing buildings. To give it a grander appearance, they made the two columns on the sides of the upper level shorter, which creates an optical illusion of the building being taller than it really is.”
Livadaki Beach. Samos, Greece
The Parthenon at sunset. Athens, Greece
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