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April 10, 2006

Kiosk of Kertassi

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Kalabsha: Kiosk of Kertassi

This is a Greco-Roman building near the Kalabsha temple.
Actually, the kiosk now stands about 20-30 km from its original site - like many other archaeologic treasures it was moved before the Aswan dam was opened.

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Random post from the past:

Mistra (Mystras), Sparti, Peloponnese

The archaeological site of Mystras is vast and one should devote at least several hours (better: a full day) to exploring it. Getting there involves a steep climb but the effort is rewarded by many beautiful views and, of course, the wonderful byzantinic architecture including a castle, several important churches, palaces, convents a museum and some normal houses. I especially enjoyed the scenic layout and the many overgrown paths, old stairs and dorrways. Like with many transcribed places names, quite a confusion exists concerning the spelling of the Greek place name ??????? in our alphabet: Mystras, Mystra, Mistra, Mistras. ...

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