1. View of the port of Methoni. In the background, the Bourtzi of Methoni, built in the first perid of Ottoman rule of the city. 2. Plan of the remains of the Venetian mole of Asprades. 3. View of the stone dock of Asprades and the column used as bollard, or dock post. 4. Details of the column and the stone mole of Asprades.

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BLOUET, Guillaume-Abel

Title

1. View of the port of Methoni. In the background, the Bourtzi of Methoni, built in the first perid of Ottoman rule of the city. 2. Plan of the remains of the Venetian mole of Asprades. 3. View of the stone dock of Asprades and the column used as bollard, or dock post. 4. Details of the column and the stone mole of Asprades.

Alternative Title

Port de Modon.

Date

1831-1838

Bibliographic Citation

BLOUET, Guillaume-Abel. Expédition scientifique de Morée, Ordonnée par le Gouvernement français: Architecture, Sculptures, Inscriptions et Vues du Péloponèse, des Cyclades et de l'Attique, mesurées, dessinées, recueillies et publiées par Abel Blouet, Architecte, Directeur de la Section de l’Architecture et de Sculpture de l’Expédition, Ancien Pensionnaire de l’Académie de France à Rome; Amable Ravoisié et Achille Poirot, Architectes; Félix Crézel, Peintre d’Histoire, et Frédéric de Gournay, Littérateur. Ouvrage dédié au Roi, vols. I-VI, Paris, Firmin Didot, 1831-1838.

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blouet_15

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Methoni

Peloponnese

Greece

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Architecture and built environment

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BLOUET, Guillaume-Abel, “1. View of the port of Methoni. In the background, the Bourtzi of Methoni, built in the first perid of Ottoman rule of the city. 2. Plan of the remains of the Venetian mole of Asprades. 3. View of the stone dock of Asprades and the column used as bollard, or dock post. 4. Details of the column and the stone mole of Asprades.,” travelogues, accessed December 6, 2023, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/58231.