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Agia Fotini of Mantinea

Agia Fotini of Mantinea: One of the most mysterious churches in the world  

“My goal was to create a church that creates the illusion of motion. It feels like the Holy Spirit moves around its axis, God himself moves around its axis, as the church has no obvious front and back,” Greek architect Costas Papatheodorou said about his creation – the Orthodox church of Agia Fotini of Mantinea – which has become known as the second most mysterious church in the world.

House in Corinth inspired by the Pythagorean Theorem

House in Corinth inspired by the Pythagorean Theorem

A house so unique and beautiful is hard to square.
Among 600 olive trees, is this dream, minimalistic house inspired by the Pythagorean theorem and created by architect Tilemachos Andrianopoulos.

Symi: The jewel of the Dodecanese 1

Symi: The jewel of the Dodecanese

Symi may be a small island, but lately it has become a top Greek destination. The pastel coloured houses, its wild beauty and its special architecture are just some of the reasons…

Inside the €1.9m villa for sale in Mykonos 11

Inside the €1.9m villa for sale in Mykonos

Overlooking the Aegean Sea and the bay of Kalo Livadi, there is a villa on the ever popular and cosmopolitan Greek island, Mykonos, that deifies Cycladic architecture. The villa ‘Morgan’, is more than just…

Striking Cretan villa blends into its natural surroundings 19

Striking Cretan villa blends into its natural surroundings

Greece-based architecture and interior design studio, decaAchitecture have designed the concept and master plan for a stunning three-building compound, Galinis Gorges, in southern Crete. What sets this striking project apart is the magnificent…

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