The film opens with the ancient Cardo Street (3rd century AD) that is made out of travertine, with masonry and sidewalks on both sides of the road. We watch the part of the road that is connected with the public urinals of the Nymphaeum of the 3rd century AD with the magnificent murals and the mosaics.
We watch shots from the western baths with the domed roof (3rd century AD) and Nymphaeum where the camera lens stands on one of the murals.
The Ancient Agora of Kos was built in a short distance from its port in around 4th century BC. It consisted of three stoas that meet in an inner courtyard and most of it is buried under the modern city.