Fito Hotel Bungalows

Address: PO Box 40, Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 831 03, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on PO Box 40, Pithagórion, is near Theophilos Museum, Kastro, and Archaeological Museums of Mitilini.
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Travel Blogs from Pithagórion

We're Back

A travel blog entry by earlarnold on Oct 20, 2014

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... people in the Roman period, making it the third largest city of Roman Asia Minor. The city was famed for the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. In 268 AD, the Temple was destroyed or damaged in a raid by the Goths. The city's importance as a commercial center waned as the harbor was slowly silted up by the Cayster River. Ephesus was one of the seven churches of Asia that are cited in the Book of Revelation. The ...

Day Four! Ephesus and Izmir, Turkey

A travel blog entry by timeicher on Jan 15, 2014

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... to many Catholic Churches but this is more of a shrine to Mary. Being a Protestant, I never really understood what the big deal was with Mary. Prof. B ad Dr. Ryder explained to me how many people in early Christianity were trying to find a figure that they can relate to and attach to. There were many different views of Jesus such as, Jesus was the meek, humble, beaten and bruised. Almost as if he was untouchable by regular people, where as Mary was a mother to the Son of God. ...

Izmir, Turkey

A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 09, 2013

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... was the Greek Goddess Nike giving her wreath of victory. Her wings symbolized the "swoosh" which became the symbol for Nike. The TrJan Fountain was the public water well as only the wealthy had indoor plumbing. Celcus Library, Hadrian's Arch, Byzantine Baths, Public Toilets, and the Great Theatre. Very impressive considering all of it had been under dirt for centuries. Surprisingly, several frescoes survived and were in decent shape. The Terrace Houses opened in 2006. One can see ...

Ephesus, home of many cats

A travel blog entry by drmom on Jul 01, 2013

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Today we went to the ruins of Ephesus. The apostle Paul spent time here and preached to the Ephesians in the Great Theater. The town dates back to the 7th-6th century BC and was a Greek city which then developed into a significant Roman provincial capital. The area was inhabited even until Byzantine times. At one time it had 300,000 inhabitants. Ephesus was a port city on the Meander River, but over the ...

Ruins and Wonders

A travel blog entry by megan.ryzewic on Jul 08, 2012

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... than live afraid down the hill because of being a Christian woman. The house itself is now a Catholic shrine and they have a fountain that spouts holy water. The Vatican also sells gold and silver idols there. Since I have yet to visit the Vatican City, this is the first time I have ever been to a Catholic holy site. It was a little strange for Alex and I, but also very interesting. Many of the people were filling all kinds of bottles with the ...

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