Whitewashed seaside facade under a beating Moroccan sun.
Here’s a quick sketch of the Parthenon from the rooftop of my hostel. Though the site had been occupied for millenniums it wasn’t until 447 BC that the Acropolis really hit the map. At the height of Athens’ “Golden Age” Pericles began a project in the name of Athina. His building program went underway and 2,500 years laterContinue reading “Sketching Sights: The Acropolis (Athens, Greece)”