Akrotiri, known as the “Pompei of the Aegean”, is considered to be one of the most fascinating and important archaeological sites on the entire island. It reveals part of an excavated city that flourished thousands of years ago, nearly 20 centuries BC. Similar to Pompeii, it was buried by the ash of a large volcanic eruption that occurred on the island in about 1613 BC and is thought to be one of the most important sites not only inGreecebut in the entire region of southeast Europe.
Akrotiri where modern meets ancient
Church in La Laguna by Menis Arquitectos
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National Art Museum of China competition entry / OMA
Paper Temporary Studio on top of the Pompidou / Shigeru Ban via "15 Things You Didn't Know About Shigeru Ban" #Pritzker2014
Detail of the marble facing one of the stairways. IBERÊ CAMARGO FOUNDATION, Alvaro Siza, Porto Alegre, Brasil (2008)
Toba Sea-Folk Museum by Naito Architect & Associates