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We went to Ephesus today and that was pretty amazing. I was preparing for more ruins where you had to use your imagination a lot to see how it really was - but not this place. The ruins were very well preserved and in good shape. The library facade was magnificent and it used to be the 4th biggest library in th known world, holding more than 200 …
... can't help themselves. They are pushing and shoving and walking in front of others trying to take pictures who are walking in front of others trying to walk in front of them. There doesn't seem to be any refuge from us. Perhaps the cats know this too and stay put, sunning them selves instead of entering the fray. The sheer number of broken and until recently buried pieces of the ancient city is mind boggling. To try and ...
Today we landed in Selcuk, from here we will make our was to Ephesus. We had a couple of free hours so I went to the Basilica is Saint John and the Ayasuluk Fortress. The ruins of Basilica of a Saint John a once great basilica of Emperor Justinian (527 -65). The name comes from the connection to St John who apparently visited Ephesus twice. The first time in AD 37 and AD 48 was with the Virgin Mary. The second in AD 95 where we wrote his gospel, on ...
... 3 Lira (about $1.75 CAD). I would have paid her to take her picture but I didn’t think of it in time – darn!
We then drove for a couple of hours until we got to Bergama to see the extensive ruins at Pergamum. This place is famous as it used to be a place of healing in ancient times. It’s set high up on a hill and we took a gondola to reach the top. We spent an hour with our audio headsets, and an umbrella to help keep us cool (it was ...
... t imagine traveling all the way here and not exploring! Boy, did she miss out! We saw the ruins of a library that used to hold over 250,000 books (scrolls), incredible archways to support the structures above, and the steepest theater that could seat over 7,000. As Bulent would explain the origins of so many words today, we would all in unison say, "ahhh" or "ohh, that makes sense". He has been professor of anthropology and archaeology and I'm sure he would've ...