On my ongoing search (on the internet) I found these pictures and plans of Vatopedi:
detailed plan of the monastery and its surrounding buildingsold postcard from the courtyardpostcard trapeza (mixed with a courtyard picture?)Vatopedi 1980 – with the blue color beneath the ancient marble tables (from the Studios monastery in Constantinople?) – foto Wim Voogd
Abbot EfraimMore recent pictures of the trapeza (just before the meal starts, the blue color has changed into white)engraving L’Illustration 14/10/1876engraving with ancient ships from the 16/17th century
Postcard from the boathouses and the monasteryAerial VatopediVatopedi seen from the Northmodern postcard
The pictures below are from our Athos friend Jan Paul ten Bruggencate, who visited Vatopedi in 1967.The trapeza (look at the ruined wing on the right).Here, again, the old situation of the ruined East wing to be seen (left from the bell tower). Today this part of the wing is completely renewed.Vatopedi entrance – all pictures from Jan Paul ten Bruggencate
Wim Voogd, 14/5
The penultimate picture is arsana of St. Basil’s skete.
Dear Alex, you’re correct, I removed them and replaced them for some others!