Monday, May 07, 2012

Osios David church-roof.


7 comments:

Σεβάχ ο Θαλασσινός said...

beautiful!

Kate said...

Those tile roofs are so photogenic, and this pattern is very artistic, too.

William Gulliver said...

The church's roof looks a bit old, but still strong. Is it cleaned regularly? Church roofs are much more than just about aesthetics. The protection provided by a properly installed church roof can last for decades - even centuries – if the roof is maintained on a regular basis.

William Gulliver

kostas said...

@William,church was founded at the begining of the 6th century.

Lenore Lung said...

I agree with what William had to say. In addition, it would be best if they discuss thoroughly what they have learned in the aftermath of Green Roof Bingo. :) They can have some follow up questions, too. Or maybe, crack a joke or two to make the topic more interesting.

Lenore Lung

Will Peartin said...

Did you say 6th century? That makes it easily 1500 years old. It’s a wonderful piece of history. However, the roof looks like it needs to be changed. I can also see a soda can on the roof. LOL! Other than that, it does make the place look picturesque.

Will Peartin

Kermit Lukacs said...

If you did not say that it was a picture. I could have easily thought that it was a painting. I can see that you used Spanish tiles, eh. That’s a good choice! Spanish tiles are known to last up for over a century. I will also be using when it’s time to change our roof. Oh, may I ask what kind of church is this?

Kermit Lukacs