In Athens, Greece.
Looking up at the terra cotta tiled dome of Mikri Mitropoli, or Little Cathedral, built in the 12th century. The clear, bright blue Mediterranean sky makes a great backdrop for the colors and shapes of Athens, old and new.
Why is this called “Little Cathedral”? It’s a bit hard to tell from this picture because there’s nothing around it for scale, but it’s only 25 feet long by 40 feet wide.