The ancient marble temple of Poseidon in Greece, dating from the 5th century BC, the night of May 15 witnessed the “flower moon” rising, creating a very special scene in this sacred place. .
The temple dedicated to the sea god Poseidon is located on a cliff by the sea in Sounion Bay, about 70 km south of Athens. This year, locals and visitors get to witness the phenomenon super moon rare.
The longstanding publication The Old Farmer’s Almanac calls May’s full moon the “flower moon,” because May is the month when flowers are in full bloom.
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