Sanisera and Sa Nitja | Menorca, Spain

This was previously one of the first populated areas in MenorcaSanisera, with its port Sa Nitja, was already established by the Romans in 2nd century BC. We visited this area together with the PhotoPills group whilst in the photography camp.

On this particular evening, there was a stunning sunset that we enjoyed. The old surrounding ruins, the boat sitting on the calm water and the ruins of the British Tower can all be seen on the horizon in perfect distance from one another, creating a remarkable view. With one shot, I captured this mix of sights that history shaped on the natural port of Sa NitjaSanisera and Sa Nitja are now archaeological sites.

There is research conducted on the development of a Roman city, however, despite all the articles unveiling the city when it was initially developing, there is no information found regarding its decay. Maybe some of you know its story?

Nico Trinkhaus

Nico Trinkhaus

Nico Trinkhaus is the mind-blind photographer, using cameras to create visions and memories that otherwise would be lost to him.

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