Asude Hotel

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

Pergamon and sardines

A travel blog entry by bmilnes

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10

... temple of Zeus has gone, replaced with an information sign (that has to credit the Berlin museum for the drawings of the temple) and a downloadable app that give you a 3D rendering of the place as it would have looked. Unfortunately, we didn't know about the app till we were up there. Where there is no internet available. Like the Elgin Marbles, the Turkish government is trying to get it back - good luck with that. It also boasts the steepest amphitheatre ever found, that ...

Pergamum and Dikili (and earthquakes) 3363km

A travel blog entry by cflove

2
10

... an associated site which was a temple area where there were hot springs and people 'took the waters'.

By then it was lunch and we headed off for the coast at Dikili, a small seaside resort 20km away. We found a terrific restaurant on the beach and had an enormous fish for lunch (a la 'Turkish House' for the Omani contingent.) It was the best meal we have had so far, but probably the most expensive too. We got talking to a nice Turkish guy who had been ...

More ruins of greatness, now sleepy town

A travel blog entry by brynandnate

... down in the taxi- winding, steep, one lane road that our taxi driver handled expertly.
We are off to bed for our second night in the hotel here in Bergama, and then off to Cenakkale tomorrow if all goes as planned, for 2 days of quiet relaxation in Bozcaada, a tiny island on the coast. Then 4-5 days in Istanbul, with our own ...

Pax Romana

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith

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... supposedly had 200,000 parchment scrolls, so was giving the library in Alexandria some competition. Interestingly, when Mark Anthony married Cleopatra part of his wedding gift to her was sending a LOT of these works to the Alexandria library.

A city this old and important had to have ...

And To The Church In Pergamum Write...

A travel blog entry by josiah.chin

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... on the outer edge of the Acropolis as well. Behind the Trajaneum, the Eastern Palace foundations were interesting to explore, and the view from the northeastern foundations was absolutely stunning. I soaked in the view for a solid fifteen minutes reading through the letter in Revelation to the church in Pergamum with the powerful mountain wind blasting through.

A short taxi drive brought us to the entrance of the Asklepion of Pergamum, the world's ...

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