Asude Hotel

Fatih Mah. Atatürk Bulvarı No 111 , Bergama, Izmir, 35700, Turkey | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bergama

Large, impressive ruined Greek city - in the rain

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick


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The large acropolis at this place has the ruined Temple of Trajan, as in the well-known Roman Emperor Trajan. These emperor guys were usually "elevated" to god status and worshiped as such (along with all the other imaginary gods out there) just like today's indoctrination and brainwashing about today's imaginary gods. Either way, worshiping them has always had the exact same effect...

Pax Romana

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith


... temple, (there is also a Temple of Athena and one of Dionysus) all that is left of it here are these two stone steps. In the late 1880s German archaeologists removed (looted, is probably more accurate) the Altar of Zeus and shipped it by boat to Berlin where it stands reconstructed in the Berlin Pergamum Museum. Because these antiquities were removed in the1880s they do not fall under the Antiquities Repatriation Act. (That isn't ...

And To The Church In Pergamum Write...

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin


... we had thrown darts while the "chef" worked, and afterward we thought we'd give backgammon a go. Both of us had read the rules and tried playing several years ago, but neither of us could remember the actual method of gameplay. The little old man saw us attempting to set up the board in what seemed like a logical arrangement, laughed, and came over to show us how it was really done. He moved pieces, threw dice, slammed other chips, and gestured at us ...

Big walk equals free entry

A travel blog entry by p45


... at all. It was like discovering a roman ruin ourselves. The place is called the ancient kingdom of Pergamon and is spectacular. It was citied in the Book of Revelations as one of the seven churches of Asia. Really cool. So many interesting little rooms and holes and carved marble. We eventually made our way up to the top and the stuff we had seen on the way was better than the stuff at the top where we eventually started ...


A travel blog entry by panzaverde

... astro turf and an entertaining Oz-Turk owner, who was fed up with the "Middle East" and was heading to Western Australia.

We spent our day in Bergama at two sets of ruins. First up was the hill-top acropolis, with a multi-level gymnasium, various temples, ...


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