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Category:Science and Technology
Subcategory:Historical Discoveries
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Keywords:THEATRE DE DIONYSOS, DIONYSOS-THEATER, DIONYSOSTHEATER, DIONYSOS, DIONYSUS, DIONYSUS THEATER, GRIECHISCHE MYTHOLOGIE, RUINE, RUIN, HELLAS, HELLENISTISCH, ALTGRIECHISCHE ARCHITEKTUR, AUSGRABUNGSSTELLE, AUSGRABUNG, KLASSIZISTISCHE ARCHITEKTUR, MEDITERRANEAN AREA, MITTELMEERRAUM, THEATER, THEATERS, THEATRE, THEATRES, WELTBEKANNT, WELTBERUEHMT, WELTKULTURERBE, WORLD CULTURAL HERITAGE, WORLD HERITAGE SITE, UNESCO, ANTIQUITIES, ARCHITECTURE, ARCHITEKTUR, AMPHITHEATRE, AMPHITHEATER, REKONSTRUKTION, RESTAURATION, RESTAURIERUNG, RESTORATION, RESTORE, GESCHICHTLICH BEDEUTEND, ARCHAEOLOGY, ANCIENT SITE, VORGESCHICHTE, ZIVILISATION, KULTURELL, KULTUR, HISTORISCH, HISTORICAL, GESCHICHTE, CULTURES, CULTURAL, CIVILIZATIONS, ALTERTUMSFORSCHUNG, ARCHEOLOGIE, ARCHAEOLOGIE, ALTERTUEMLICH, ALTERTUM, ALT, ANTIKE, GRIECHISCH, ATHINA, ATHENS, ATHEN, GREEK, BILDUNGSREISE, GRC, GRIECHENLAND, GREECE, EUROPA, EUROPE, LEISURE, JOURNEY, LONG-DISTANCE HOLIDAY, TRIP, VOYAGE, FERNTOURISMUS, FERNREISE, FERIEN, REISE, AUSLAND, FOREIGN COUNTRIES, ABROAD, URLAUB, VACATION, TOURISM, TOURISMUS, TRAVEL, FREMDENVERKEHR, REISEN, KLASSIZISMUS, DIONYSUS THEATRE, RUINS, MYTHOLOGY, GREEK ARCHITECTURE, GREEK MYTHOLOGY, ANCIENT GREEK CIVILIZATION
Photo Info

Dimensions3872 x 2592
Original file size3.15 MB
Image typeJPEG
Color spacesRGB
Date modified7-Apr-21 17:21
Shooting Conditions

Camera makeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera modelNIKON D200
Focal length20 mm
Focal length (35mm)30 mm
Max lens aperturef/2.8
Exposure1/80 at f/5.6
FlashNot fired
Exposure bias+1 1/3 EV
Exposure modeAuto
Exposure prog.Normal
ISO speedISO 100
Metering modePattern
Digital zoom1x
Dionysus Theatre

Dionysus Theatre

Dionysus Theatre at southern slope of acropolis, behind the south side of the city, Athens, Greece, Europe
GRIECHENLAND, EUROPA, ATHEN, ATHINA, Dionysostheater am Suedabhang der Akropolis, Théatre de Dionysos