Last week I began my series about Greece on the island of Samos – highlighting where to stay.
This week we will be continuing along on Samos in the town of Pythagoreo (now just referred to as the municipality of Samos). One thing I love about traveling is the history of places. We just don’t have that much history in the United States! Especially in Greece, which is known as the birthplace of modern western civilization. It’s truly mind-blowing to think of all the people who have walked, talked, and just been in these places I was standing. This town was (at one point) named after the famous mathematician Pythagorus (I’m sure we’re all familiar with the Pythagorean theorem), who was born there.
With that being said, I just wanted to showcase some photos that show some of the imperfections of history – the cracks in the walls, the peeling paint, and yet the beauty of it all. Enjoy!!