A man plays the traditional bouzouki.
A man tenderizes a freshly caught octopus on a rock.
Hadrian’s Arch built for the Roman Emperor in Athens in 131 A.D.
Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes built around 1309.
Methoni Castle in the western Peloponnese region.
The 18th-century mosque of Gazi Hassan Pasha on the island of Kos.
The White Mountains on the island of Crete.
Porto Katsiki beach on the island of Lefkada.
Lindos beach on the island of Rhodes.
Voidokilia beach in the Messenia region of western Greece.
The western coast of Greece’s Peloponnese region.
Ermoupolis on the island of Syros.
Horiatiki (village) salad with tomatoes, feta, Kalamata olives, peppers, oregano, and olive oil — never lettuce. EVER.
Clockwise: Grilled sausage and meats on the spit; fresh grilled sardines; Greek meatballs in tomato sauce with yogurt; loukoumades (honey doughnuts); portokalopita (orange pie); horta (boiled greens with lemon); and grilled squid with olive oil.
Fresh sea urchin roe on the island of Amorgos.
Greek yogurt with pine honey and toasted nuts.
Alfa being the best.
A dog looks out over Athens to Lykavittos Hill.
Metamatic:taf art space and bar.
Athens street protests 2011 spilling out from the leftist Exarchia neighborhood.
Catch a ferry to Greece’s far-flung islands but don’t expect to be able to book online.
The island of Sifnos.
This village parties like it’s 1999 (every night). Photo circa 1975 but not much has changed.
The main village on the island of Folegandros built along a cliff to stave off pirates.
And yes, the word comes from there.
The nearly two dozen monasteries dating back to the Middle Ages hang precipitously from the peninsula’s cliffs. Sadly, women are not allowed in the area.
Built in the 4th-century B.C., the theater seats 15,000 people.
Good luck finding a free place to stand or sit.
Meteora’s Byzantine monasteries date back to the Middle Ages.
The burial mound of the 192 Athenians killed during the Battle of Marathon against the invading Persian army in 490 B.C.
The ruins of ancient Sparta with modern Sparta in the background.
Mount Olympus in Greece’s Macedonia region.
The oracle at Delphi.
Temple of Poseidon in Sounio, just south of Athens.
The island of Ikaria, named after the mythical figure.
Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens.
A statue of Plato in Athens.
The Pnyx, Athens.
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