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... had a new roof put on.
Next we drove along the seacoast to Claros to see the Temple of Apollo which was an important oracle site. It was discovered in 1907 and has been restored slowly since then by several different archeologists.
We then came back to the city of Kusadasi where we had lunch at a wonderful seafood restaurant.
... shared, which is fine by me as I normally suffer food envy! After dinner we headed out for drinks and a sheesha pipe - another first for me 😊 delicious!! Day 1: Istanbul (19 July) Day one of the tour was in Istanbul. We had a walking tour though the famous Blue Mosque, Hagia Sophia (once the greatest church in Christendom - when the dude built it he literally said "ha now I have the best and biggest church" - it has since been converted into a mosque and ...
... frescoes and intricate tiled mosaic floors, and marble everywhere ( as well as stray cats). Ephesus was the ancient Roman capital of Asia, the Main Street is paved in marble, with a great open theatre that holds 25000, library and the odeon theatre . It was also situated on the sea at the time- the sea is now about 15 miles away. In the surrounding areas we viewed where the large temple of Artemis was, where we could see a mosque, temple and church showing the 3 types ...
... Greek soldiers clambered out at night. Don't think this model would have fooled anyone, especially with the windows. The ruins consist mostly of foundations and require some imagination to reconstruct the city's former splendour. Also there are bits of the all the different cites which can be a bit confusing - eg walls of Troy VIII, gate of Troy VI, theatre/odeon of Troy... All on all it was nice to stop and for us FOMO people we ...
... leader rebelled in 88 BC – he went on to become a ‘dictator’
- Only 16% of site excavated, funded & carried out by Austrians since 1800’s (Turkish guide cross that 3 original statues from the library ended up in Vienna… and only replicas left on site …arguably to preserve statues?
- A good gig for slaves in Roman times was to be employed as ...