Paraportiani is the famous Cycladic church you have probably, at one time or another, seen a picture of. It is all curvy and strange, looking extremely "handmade." It is as though someone sculpted it out of clay and just left it to harden in the bright Greek sun. Above is a picture of the church as the sun begins to set and it takes on a golden hue.
The church began its construction in the 15th century, but it took the island Greeks until the 18th century to complete it.
The top bits
It sits at teh edge of the Aegean with bright blue doors, though this building is more of an annex of sorts
The harsh sun beats it down
A nearby street leading to a quaint bar
This is a great place to watch sunset - on the rocks behind the church
The sunset transforms the church gold
Peace on the rocks
This guy was jamming out on the church steps
It is so asymmetrical
In the distance from the side