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Tourist At North Entrance With A Charging Bull And Olive Tree Fresco, The Minoan Palace Featured Heraklion Print

Tourist At North Entrance With A Charging Bull And Olive Tree Fresco, The Minoan Palace

Tourist At North Entrance With A Charging Bull And Olive Tree Fresco, The Minoan Palace Of Knossos, Knossos, Heraklion, Crete, Greek Islands, Greece, Europe

© Neil Farrin / AWL Images

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Minoan art. Crete. Phaistos Disc Featured Heraklion Print

Minoan art. Crete. Phaistos Disc

Minoan art. Crete. Phaistos Disc, possibly dating to the middle or late Minoan Bronze Age (2nd millennium B.C.). Side A. Fired clay. It has 45 hieroglyphic characters engraved on both sides, along with mobile elements in spiral arrangement from the outside toward the center. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

View from space of the island of Crete Featured Heraklion Print

View from space of the island of Crete

July 22, 2011 - View from space of the island of Crete. The rugged terrain of Crete includes mountains, plateaus, and several deep gorges. The largest city on the island, Heraklion, sits on the northern coastline.
Several smaller islands ring Crete. Two of the largest of these, Dia and Gavdos, are sparsely populated year-round. The western and central parts of Crete appear surrounded by quicksilver. This phenomenon is known as sunglint, caused by light reflecting off of the sea surface directly toward the observer

© Stocktrek Images