• meteora greece 2005.
    A james bond movie was made here....(For Your Eyes Only)
  • Aerial tramway the monks use(d?) to get goods to the monastery

For your eyes only - Meteora - Agia Triada (2005)

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The Agia Triada (Greek: Αγία Τριάδα, "Holy Trinity") monastery was used in the final scenes of the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only.

The Meteora (Greek: Μετέωρα, "suspended rocks" or "suspended in the air") is one of the largest and most important complex of monasteries in Greece, second only to Mount Athos. The monasteries are built on spectacular natural sandstone rock pillars, at the northwestern edge of the Plain of Thessaly near the Peneios river and Pindus Mountains, in central Greece. The Meteora is home to six monasteries and is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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I went to Meteora when I was on Holyday in Parga, it was a 2 day excursion (1 night in a hotel, I think it was hotel sydney www.tripadvisor.nl/Hotel_Review-g1070999-d736729-Reviews-... if I can trust my memory) and the second day we went to see the monastery's

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  1. taurenia 95 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Heritage Key, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group

  2. Hammer.Head [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

    Classic shot from classic Bond.

  3. fusion-of-horizons 89 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Orthodox Church Architecture, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  4. kamote002000 81 months ago | reply

    For your eyes only..nice ^_^

  5. mlhradio 65 months ago | reply

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  6. tjeerdoo 65 months ago | reply

    I didn't realize that ... going to move it right away !

  7. JRT © 52 months ago | reply


    Congrats on making Flickr Blog

  8. tjeerdoo 52 months ago | reply

    Wow, didn't realize I made it to the Flickr Blog :)
    Pretty cool ! Thanx everybody !

  9. Rui Nunеs 52 months ago | reply

    Fantastic! Congratulations for being featured on the blog :)

  10. Ju Morro dos Conventos 51 months ago | reply

    Parabéns,linda foto!Uau

  11. niallio77 51 months ago | reply

    That's great, and yes one of the better but slightly forgotten Bonds.. :)

  12. wmcpherson 51 months ago | reply

    It is a nice picture, but, how in the world did they get the materials for the house up there?

  13. tjeerdoo 51 months ago | reply

    Bill McPherson Check out the wikipedia link...

    "Until the 17th century, the primary means of conveying goods and people from these eyries was by means of baskets and ropes."

  14. combraille 51 months ago | reply

    superbe photo, bravo.

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