Sofia, Bulgaria and Ancient Serdica Archaeological Complex as part of Largo

Ancient Serdica Archaeological Complex | Sofia, Bulgaria

The Ancient Serdica Archaeological Complex in Sofia, Bulgaria is a modern project that was completed in 2016. This is where ancient Roman ruins form a part of the metro station. It is very rare in Sofia to find a contrast as big, especially between the ancient and ultra-modern structures.

The sunset in Zaragoza, Spain with view over the Aljafería Palace

The Aljafería Palace in Zaragoza | Spain

The Aljafería Palace is the only fortified Islamic palace that dates to the middle ages. The construction works of the palace have been completed in the second half of the 11th century. Being a very well preserved place, today it serves as headquarter of the Aragonese Parliament.

This is Odeon of Herodes Atticus - an ancient theatre in Athens, located in the vicinity of the Akropolis. Opera stars and famous musicians have made memorable performances there.

Ancient theatre – Odeon Of Herodes Atticus | Athens, Greece

The Odeon of Herodes Atticusis among the best examples of Antique architecture. Its construction works were finalized in 161 AD. The ancient theatre was renovated in 1950, in order to be preserved for the future and to serve as a very special venue of cultural events. This ancient theatre in Athens has been actively used as an amphitheater on which stage many world-known musicians, singers and opera stars have performed.

This is a picture of the marble example of Antiquity architecture – the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens.

The Temple of Hephaestus | Athens, Greece

Completed in the 415 BC, this marble building is of high architectural and archaeological significance. You may be surprised to find out that this marble example of fine Antiquity architecture has also inspired the design of buildings in other countries. Among them are: Vermont State House in the USA; Penshaw Monument in England; New Parliament House in Edinburgh.

A beautiful day image of the Panathenaic Stadium in Athens that was created entirely of marble.

The Panathenaic Stadium – a marble miracle | Athens, Greece

As a person who likes big sporting events very much, I find this marble stadium simply amazing. I guess that all fans of the Olympic games and their history, would love to see the impressive Panathenaic Stadium in Athens with their own eyes. ‘The marble stadium’ is the only one stadium in the world, built entirely of marble. It should be noted that the opening and closing ceremonies of the first modern Olympic games in 1896 were held there.