2014 29/08
Greece Crete Heraklion Exif: NIKON D800, 24.0-70.0 mm f/2.8 @ f/8.0 1/200, ISO 100 233   
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picture of the Knosso restored north entrance, with a particular of a fresco portraying a taurokathapsia

Knosso's Palace is linked to some of the most famous myths of classical mythology, including the labiryinth built by Dedalus, or the myth of Theseus and the Minotaur or, also, the king Minos. The palace is rapresentative of the Minoan civilization that was flourishing from c. 2700 to c. 1450 BC.

Knosso Palace North Entrance Crete Heraklion Classical Mythology Minoan
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