A view down an inner passageway of the Mystras Monastery, a world Heritage site in the Grecian Peloponnese. Established during the Crusades in the 13th century, it flourished in 14th century as a Byzantine center of intellectual and artistic freedom. Today, Mystras is largely an archeological site although it still contains an operating monastery.

This photograph was taken in 1988 by Jay Page using a Nikon F3 camera shooting 35mm Kodachrome film.

Media: Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl paper
Weight: 285 gsm
Composition: 100% alpha-cellulose acid-free archival paper.

Image dimensions: 11" x 17"
Paper dimensions: 13" x 19"

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