The Greek island of Sanorini is a located in the Aegean Sea, directly north of Crete. The island’s unique shape is formed from the rim of an active volcano. In 1,600 BC, the volcano erupted violently and then collapsed, taking most of the island with it and leaving behind the current five islands. The ancient city of Akrotiri was also lost and some believe this was the lost civilization of Atlantis.
This map shows the main cities and roads on the Island today. I sketched while traveling in Greece and created the book “The Artist on the Road: Impressions of Greece.”