Reading rooms

The abandoned villa of the Italian commander for the Dodecanese, Cesare Maria de Vecchi (built in 1936) ~ Rhodes

 

 

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8 comments on “Reading rooms”

  1. Wow, amazing how the graffiti covers almost every square inch of the walls. What lovely architecture.

    • I was thrilled to discover that place! And those rooms were my favorites because of the graffiti-wallpaper :)
      Thankfully Rhodes (and most of the Dodekanese islands) were occupied by the Romans, who left their mark for us to admire (and – sadly to vandalize…)

  2. Fascinating! And wonderful photographs as usual.
    Alison

  3. This house, theese rooms, this “wallpaper” – amazing. Thank you for having taken these wonderful photos of all this! Monni.

    • I thank you back monni for your lovely comment. It sure was a fascinating find, vandalized by time and people, yet the outcome is so very artistic… An artist couldn’t have done it better!

  4. Stnning photography! Wow. Love these shots. So beautiful.
    Peta


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