Anthis Studios

Address: Pythagorio, Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pythagorio, Pithagórion, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Theophilos Museum.
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    From Ephesus to Kusadasi

    A travel blog entry by ruthontravels on Sep 15, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... and even toilets,aqueducts,paved marble streets and temple columns as you made your way downhill past the Temple of Hadrian towards the Library of Celsus built in the second century AD. Ephesus reminded me of Herculaneum and Pompey in Italy but on a much bigger scale. A fascinating place that deserves more time to further explore but we had to move on to the house where it is said the Virgin Mary mother of ...

    Maybe the world's most famous Roman city

    A travel blog entry by voyager-sue on May 23, 2014

    1 photo

    We got to Ephesus with no crowds and pretty much had the place to ourselves. By the time we got to the interesting things, the statues, baths, Nike, etc., a few tour groups were in our way. Still, it was really interesting and beautiful. But, my last photo was a distance shot from an ideal viewing place of the famous library. Then my camera ...

    It's a good day in ancient Ephesus!

    A travel blog entry by jazminebattle on Jan 15, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... went to Bulbul mountain. Bulbul means nightingale in English. This place has been dedicated to Mary, the mother of Jesus. Here on this mountain is the house of Mary. It is believed that Mary spent her last days here before she died. This place is a holy place and there are nuns and a catholic priest taking care of this place and the grounds. This place is an important shrine for the Muslims and Christians faith. When we arrived ...

    Ephesus and the Temple of Artemis, TURKEY

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Sep 09, 2013

    7 photos

    ... from his pan causing the fish to jump. Sparks scattered from the fire into the nearby bushes, causing a wild boar to run away. Androkios chased the wild boar and killed it. That the fortune became true and the city of Ephesus was established there. Ephesus flourished into a marvellous city with many significant archeological features. There was a grand theatre that can hold up to 24,500 people. A gymnasium, agora ...

    Final day in Greece

    A travel blog entry by jgwart on Mar 13, 2013

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... time as we would have liked since we had to get to the airport but what we saw was amazing. The Temple Hephistus and the ancient gymnasium. Spent about 30 minutes there and then headed out. Lots of travel from Subways to airplanes to the Turkish trains (that were a total mystery) finally arriving in Ephesus. As we came in to the little town of Selçuk we saw the old fortress all lit up against a black sky. Would have loved to have gotten a picture but didn't have ...