ephesus tour

Ephesus Archeological Site

Questions and Answer about Ephesus Archeological Site Why was Ephesus abandoned? Sadly, Ephesus died, as you can tell, and was abandoned. The reason was silt build up in the harbor, which eventually reached the point where no ship could reach the city. Without ships, trade died. Without trade, the city died. The semi-circular white blob […]

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Izmir Tourism

Izmir Tourism Izmir often spelled Izmir in English, is a metropolitan city in the western extremity of Anatolia. It is the third most populous city in Turkey, after Istanbul and Ankara, and the second-largest urban agglomeration on the Aegean Sea after Athens, Greece. İzmir’s metropolitan area extends along the outlying waters of the Gulf of […]

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Pergamon Museum

Pergamon Museum ACROPOLIS (Pergamon Museum) Pergamon is a hill settlement. Urbanism in the city constitutes a unique example of a city order in terms of form and planning, which is largely due to topographic necessity. The absence of a natural flatness in Pergamon made it necessary to gain space by terracing the land from the […]

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Izmir Turkey Tourist Attractions

Izmir Turkey Tourist Attractions A Greek word, Agora, has meanings such as “gathered place, city square, the marketplace, market place”. It is known that in ancient times, the city was the focal point of the city, where art was concentrated and many social events took place, as well as the commercial, political and religious functions […]

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Izmir Tourist Place

Izmir Tourist Place Many tourists will find that the best way to sightsee in Izmir is to simply take a walk around the city center and the Konak Square, as well as the waterfront Kordon and the coast, where some very pleasant natural beaches await. For impressive views, take a ride on the Ascensor elevator, […]

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Izmir Tourist Information

Izmir Tourist Information Izmir Tourist Information : Glass and glasswork history studies, examine the source of glasswork as the Mediterranean and its surroundings. Egyptians colored, created many uses, from jewelry to coffin making. European countries also learned from Egypt that they bought the glass in its previously processed form. In Turks, glasswork has been done […]

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