The first is an exceptional image of Ouranopolis (Phosphori) from 1928, four years after Sydney Loch and his wife Joyce Nankivell arrived in this little village and made the old tower their home.
Joyce Nankivell Loch helped the Greeks who fled from Turkey and settled in Ouranopolis by weaving woolen tapestries
A numbered serie of postcards from Athos: nr. 17 Panteleimon
nr. 18 the main entrance of Panteleimon
nr. 19 Panteleimon
nr. 23 Iviron: still at least nineteen cards are missing, the search goes on!
Iviron (in blue), in color and in black and white, all the same image
Karakallou by David M. Assaël Quartier Franc (with two settlements in the background, one of them maybe Timiou Stavrou)
Sografou from the same serie by David M. Assaël Quartier Franc
Sografou nr 124
Skiti Andreou or Serail – nr 217
Skiti Ag. Andreou or Serail in color
Panteleimon (from the sea)
Panteleimon nr 29 with monks posing on the road leading up to the monastery
Dafni in color
Vatopediou in color
Vatopediou monks/ fishermen in color
Pantocratoros in color
Koutloumousiou in color
Most of these postcards must be dated before 1945 or even older, like this one of Docheiariou from 1908.
The top of the Holy Mountain in color
Wim, updated 25/5/2021