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Peloponnese, Nafplio Palamidi fortress

Time Period: 1965 - 1970

Palamidi is a fortress in Nafplio built by the Venetians in 1687. The hill on which it is located is 216 meters high. During the Greek Revolution, the Turks fortified themselves in Palamidi. On November 30, 1822, the Greeks captured it after a battle. After the Revolution, Palamidi served as a prison, in which in 1833 the hero Theodoros Kolokotronis was imprisoned and released 11 months later, after the grace of King Otto

Date: 1968

The photographs are offered in limited editions, printed on premium quality Hahnenmuhle Photo Luster photo paper, 260 gsm, at high resolution.

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Number of copies: 75
SKU: 01-01-0394
  • Wooden Frame

  • Plexiglas Sandwich Frame

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  • Wooden Frame

  • Plexiglas Sandwich Frame

  • Plexiglas Box Frame

"...My photography was always simple, relying mostly on my instinct, believing that this way everything would be more natural, more genuine, more real...."

Our mother's dream

With a 30-year delay, my sister Katie and I are fulfilling our Mother's dream of publishing an online album that captures her work as an amateur photographer from 1965 to 1995.


Nicolas Canellopoulos

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