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May 25, 2005

Rhodes Street, Greece

The streets of Rhodes are covered with these buttresses. They are supposed to hold the streets together when the earthquakes hit the island. Seems to be working, unfortunately one of the ancient wonders of the world did not make it, a Greek god stradeling the port water entry announcing ones arrival into the ancient port of Rhodes fell into the sea. I have not seen any remains.

Posted by follett at May 25, 2005 11:44 AM


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