The Slow Road
Two Women Wandering the World
Paestum, on the southeastern coast of Italy near Salerno, was a Greek colony founded in the 6th century BC. The ruins include three large, dramatic Doric temples, considered some of the best in Europe.
This facade in the Paestum museum shows how the outsides of buildings would have been decorated
A rare Greek painting (of a drinking party) from the inside of a tomb
Diving into the afterlife (a Greek tomb painting)
The remains of the Temple of Ceres, with an altar in front of it.
The temple of Ceres
The 6th century BC Temple of Hera and the 5th century Temple of Poseidon (now thought to have been a temple to Apollo)
The temple of Hera is the oldest temple in Paestum
The sun shining above the temple of sun god Apollo
Chris (and a stone pine) in Paestum