A column stands straight and solitary on a rough promontory.
She says she remembers stories of heroes and myths and legends of mighty gods.
Claims to have been a temple once built in honor of the most famous goddess of all, the queen of Olympian gods: Hera.

He says he saw sailing in the waters of the sea on which you are
overlooking, Ulysses. Yes, just the famous Ulysses, the one who in many lands He shipwrecked.

The Column also remembers being lucky enough to meet one
among the best known heroes of all Greek mythology: the mighty Achilles.
Indeed, it has memories of women dressed in black who flocked to
her to mourn the hero’s death.