To Mycenae

To Mycenae to visit the Lion Gate which was the entrance to the city. 
Atop the gate, two lions rampant are carved in stone relief.

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  1. Athens is about rocks and carvings, right? The most common one is the picture of your background blog.. :)

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  2. Oh, I just did a search and found out that Mycenae is an archaeological site. Must be very interesting for you to be visiting there.

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  3. Hi Wenn, are you blogging from Greece or are these scheduled posts you prepared based on your travel itinerary? I'm just wondering.

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  4. cool i wonder if that has a story too

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  5. this is really fascinating... I'm sure seeing this structure in personal is an overwhelming experience

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  6. Will be seeing lots of nice rocks & stones

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  7. This is a very ancient ruins in Greece and I hope you will post many photos to share! I only saw it briefly on TV.

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  8. I remember they showed a hilly citadel with a walls where you could view the Tomb of Aegisthus. Correct ah?

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  9. The weather must be cold right now in Athens! Keep warm and drink lots alcohol. Have fun Wenn!

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  10. wonder how they manage to carve the massive rocks

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    1. The people in ancient times often carved all the rocks but these days we will make steel or cemented structures instead.

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