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‘Amalia’ costume Athens, Attica. Late 19th c. © Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation. The urban costume of the Peloponnese spread to other parts of Greece after 1837, when Amalia, the first Queen of Greece, adopted it as the official court dress, combining the Biedermeier style with the local kavádi and zipoúni. The dress is made of taffeta, with an open bodice to show the neck opening of the chemise. The kondogoúni is of velvet, gold-embroidered and very close-fitting. The cap is a kalpak.

Orloff Resort in Spetses

green door i would like to go through (to a resort called Orloff in Spetses, Attica, Greece)

Weird laws to know before you travel

A ban on wearing high heels isn't enforced in Carmel, Calif. But not so Athens, Greece (Stockbyte)

Terracotta Krater with a lid surmounted by a small hydria, Greek Euboean, ca. 750-740 B.C., Metropolitan Museum of Arts. During the 8th century B.C. the Geometric style that had originated in Athens spread throughout the Greek speaking world. This Krater is different than other Kraters in the Geometric style from Attica. The shoulder is subdivided by four handles rather than two, and the carpet like decoration was applied over a light ceramic slip ground instead of directly onto the clay.

Temple of Poseidon - Cape Sounion, #Athens, #Greece

Greek (Attica), 19th century

Attica, Ancient Greece Glaux 5th century BC

Παραδοσιακή κουζίνα στην Ύδρα / Traditional kichen at Ydra island, Argosaronikos, Attica, Hellas ( Greece )

Polyphemus is blinded by Odysseus. Circa 650 B.C (The Odyssey)