Icon-ostasi: /ˌīkəˈnästəsi/ (from the greek word ikonostasi= a small structure that resembles a church containing an icon. It is usually positioned at the side of a road commemorating an accident or an event).
Temporary or permanent structure placed in spots where an Athenian kiosk used to exist. It has a formal reference to the typicall greek ikonostasi and depicts the kiosk in a smaller scale.
«The power of things inheres in the memories they gather up inside them, and also in the vicissitudes of our imagination, and our memory- of this there is no doubt.»
Orhan Pamuk, The Museum of Innocence
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