Стотици гледаха лунното затъмнение в храма на Посейдон

Hundreds of people gathered at the Temple of Poseidon in Cape Sounion, Greece, to watch a partial lunar eclipse, Monday.
The full Moon had a shadow cast on its southern hemisphere, which is caused by the Earth's orbit blocking rays of light from the Sun, as opposed to a solar eclipse which happens when the Moon aligns in front of the Sun.
Sounion is a hotspot for tourists who often make the journey 75km south of Athens to watch the Sun set over the ancient Greek ruins.