This amazing photograph clearly shows the face of a bearded man with a leaf crown or headband.
Does this formation resemble that of an old man of Greece? The old man of Acropolis? Or Poseidon?
The mystery deepens as you can see another face behind the ear that appears to be looking in another direction and possibly additional faces farther to the right and a large one in the middle of the picture.
Dr. Alemis discusses the photograph (Greek)
DR. ALEMIS' DISCOVERY 2017: THE ANCIENT FACE OF THE ACROPOLIS
In April 2017, Dr. Alemis went to Athens, Greece, to present his new book, “Political Systems and their Relationship to the Economy and Freedom.” Click here to order or view any of Dr. Alemis' books.
One of Dr. Alemis’ many interests is photography. He likes taking unique photographs as he sees things from different angles. This photo however, which he took in Athens on April 23, 2017, is incredibly special. He took a picture of the Acropolis Rock from a certain spot, which revealed the faces in the rock formation, for possibly the first time in history.
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Dr. Alemis discusses the photograph (English)
Dr. Alexander G. Alemis, D.D.S., FAGD