Peloponissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace

I stood under this gate in Memories. Peloponissos, Mycenae, The Lions Gate to Agamemnon's palace, Greece

The Lions' Gate or St. Stephens Gate built by Suleiman the Magnificent in 1517 to celebrate the Ottoman defeat of the Mamluks in 1517 is one of seven open gateways in Jerusalem's Old City Walls. Israel. The relief shows 2 leopards not lions

Lions Gate - Jerusalem Old City Gates (also knows as Stephen's Gate) Located near the center of the eastern wall, immediately north of the Temple Mount. It leads into the Muslim Quarter, specifically onto the Via Dolorosa.

Lions Gate bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  I have crossed this bridge many many times, but have never seen it look like this!

Lions Gate bridge in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I have crossed this bridge many many times, but have never seen it look like this!

Lions Gate, Jerusalem Through this gate, the Israeli paratroopers broke into the Old City of Jerusalem in the Six-Day War of 1967. only open gate in the eastern wall, and one of the original gates of the sixteenth-century wall encompassing the Old City

Lions Gate, Jerusalem Through this gate, the Israeli paratroopers broke into the Old City of Jerusalem in the Six-Day War of only open gate in the eastern wall, and one of the original gates of the sixteenth-century wall encompassing the Old City

Lion Gate & Circle A, Mykenae, Late Bronze Age (1600 - 1100 BCE), Mykenaean ---- Circle A cemetery - shaft grave era - found by Schliemann. 5 graves. He was looking for the burial of King Agamemnon.

Greece - Lion Gate & Circle A, Mycenae, Late Bronze Age - 1100 BC), Mycenaean ---- Circle A cemetery - shaft grave era - found by Schliemann. He was looking for the burial of King Agamemnon.

Lions Gate, 1300-1250 BCE, Mycenae Greece]  The Lion Gate consists of two monoliths surmounted by a triangular stone sculpture in which a central pillar of Minoan type is flanked heraldically by a pair of high relief lions.

Lions Gate, BCE, Mycenae Greece] The Lion Gate consists of two monoliths surmounted by a triangular stone sculpture in which a central pillar of Minoan type is flanked heraldically by a pair of high relief lions.

The Lion Gate, Mycenae ca 1250 BCE

Lion Gate at the entrance of Mycenae, with the confronting lionesses posing on both sides of a pillar above the lintel.

***Puerta de los Leones, Micenas.

The Lion Gate of Mycenae. This gate is from the Bronze Age citadel of Mycenae in ancient Greece.

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