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... at this crossroads of Asia and Europe and St. Paul is reputed to have preached here.
While there are many fascinating and stunning relics - the male/female connecting terracotta sewerage pipes cemented with egg white and cotton as one example - there are also many huge pieces just lying around. Capitals of columns, building blocks, piles of bricks and pipes... together with much weed growth, it gives the air of an abandoned building site, although there ...
... in the empty landscape. As Shelley’s sonnet concludes:
And on the pedestal these words appear:
'My name is Ozymandias, king of kings:
Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!'
Nothing beside remains. Round the decay
Of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare
The lone and level sands stretch far away.
... before sailing off at 5pm for Split Croatia.
It's now evening on the ship:
Split is 820 nautical miles from Kusadasi and the boat is hauling at 21 knots, slapping the waters hard, making huge waves on the both sides with a long tall wake out the rear. Captain says he goes fast at night and slower during the day to not have so much wind across the deck during the day.
I will start off this entry by letting you know that I am over a week behind in my posting. We are actually leaving Athens today for Rome and I am still blogging about Turkey. I will keep this short and sweet and will then update you on our week in Athens.
We spent five nights in Kusadasi to finish our time in Turkey. It was a great way to finish. We stayed in a relatively new, small ...
... 600 years. It was finally plundered big time by the Goths (from now-Germany) in 268CE. It was finally all gone by 401CE, they say. Some of its impressive columns were apparently used in the construction of the Hagia Sofia (Istanbul), as well as many other places in the Ottoman Empire.
The site was rediscovered in 1869CE, after 60 years of searching! Today, there are only ...