The Temple Of Poseidon, Where The Four Winds Of The Earth Meet.
The Temple Of Poseidon, Where The Four Winds Of The Earth Meet. Sounio Reviews
the temple of poseidon, where the four winds of the earth meet. Feb 22, 2009
In the ancient greek mythology the gods of the winds are: boreas, the god of the north winds; notus, the god of the south winds; eurus, the god of the east winds and zephyrus. Together in a point where the four winds meet, a spectacular temple was built in the edge of a cliff, in the very edge of the land of greece.
the temple of poseidon, the god of the seas.
but now, 90% of the temple remaind as it was destroyed.
some people dont like the temple, but in all the ruins in athens and near athens, this was the temple that i felt the myths and magic of ancient greece.
i went to the temple 2x when i was in athens and always in sunset in august 2006. The last visit was the most amazing thing, i had goosebumps all over me. The sky was a mix of blue, orange, pink and black.
i swam naked in the secret beach below it - alone, i know poseidon, the god of the sea would protect me.
and in twilight, the most magical thing i had ever seen, flocks of seagulls were circling around the temple, round and round and round against a backgound of magical light.
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