At the end of the peer of Vatopediou you will find a small building, on this picture just under the yellow construction crane.
On this engraving from 1876 the kiosk is also to be seen.
Old houses on Vatopediou coast.
When I took a closer look I found out that the small building at the end of the peer was a fountain:And in its wall I found this memorial stone:
The stone tells about the restoration of the fountain and the kiosk in 2004, in memory of the painter Derek Hill. We showed some of his paintings/drawings in post 439 and 1139.
I found another Athos painting of Derek Hill:
Derek Hill – Mount Athos, waiting for the earley boat 1980
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