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... The city is of particular interest for archaeologists and art historians because of the wealth of artifacts that have been excavated from the site: Pergamon was the major artistic school and hosted some of the most famous sculptures known during this period, and all of this was situated among one of the most dramatic topographical settings for a city in the Greek world.
The most famous artifact from Pergamon is the ...
Our day started with a trip to Bergamo, also known as Pergamon.The town has apparently been inhabited since Trojan times.Its fame started after Alexander the Great, when it became a rich small kingdom. Up the beautiful hill is the Acropolis, of which the temple of Trajan is the only surviving structure.The altar of Zeus has been moved in its entirety to the Berlin Museum! The most impressive feature for me was the 10,000 seat ...
... is nestled into the hillside surrounding the bay / port. A number of people went swimming in the beautiful, pristine beach. The water was incredibly clean and clear, with virtually no waves. The whole of the Mediterranean is almost void of waves. The Agean Sea in general is very calm and wave less. It is like a massive lake.
We walked around the very narrow cobblestone streets, lined with hundreds of very small shops, adorned ...
We walked up through a more local area of Çanakkale finding with relative ease the local dolomus station. It is already hotter here than in Istanbul (where the temperatures were basically perfect: 25C without humidity during the day and 20C in the evening). After a short exchange with a driver we were confident that we could get to the site of the Ancient city of Troy and reasonably confident on catching another dolomus down the coast at the highway turn off to ...
... out of Istanbul as the city is supposed to be even busier at this time. It also meant that some tourist places, such as Troy, are closed to the public.
Today we visited the ancient ruins of Pergamum, or Pergamon - I think it's spelled either way. Far more impressive than Troy. We took cable cars up to the top of the mountail where the Acropolis is located. I've taken some ...