Lims Bonadea Beach Hotel

Ataturk Bulv. No:5 , Kemer, Antalya, 07980, Turkey | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ataturk Bulv. No:5 , Kemer.
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Travel Blogs from Kemer

Pergamon

A travel blog entry by bubbles48463 on Sep 11, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... The city is of particular interest for archaeologists and art historians because of the wealth of artifacts that have been excavated from the site: Pergamon was the major artistic school and hosted some of the most famous sculptures known during this period, and all of this was situated among one of the most dramatic topographical settings for a city in the Greek world.

The most famous artifact from Pergamon is the ...

Beautiful Bergamo an Amazing Asklepion

A travel blog entry by mariahdacosta on Sep 07, 2014

3 comments, 15 photos

... in town and contributed much to medical knowledge. It was interesting to appreciate that it was mostly mental illnesses that were treated here, with baths, massages, herbs and dream analysis. We saw underground tunnels and sleeping quarters. The sound of water running, still heard today, was used as relaxation therapy. The cured patients were let out into the city again, the others apparently taken to the port and ...

Pergamon great, Troy disappointing

A travel blog entry by douglasmad815 on May 24, 2014

15 photos

Today we visited Pergamon, an ancient city with a magnificent Acropolis where I the library is located. It is said that parchement from animals skins he were developed here in response to the library of Alexandria stopping exports of papyrus. The Acropolis has the remains of a temple to Trajian and a very steep large capacity theater, and a grand view of the valley with the modern city and fertile lands. The remains of ...

Pax Romana

A travel blog entry by mjanesmith on Sep 14, 2013

22 photos

... Pergamum's was built in the 3rd century B C. and it could hold approximately 10,000 people!

Unbelievable. The theater ruins, perched on this hillside, show the difference in how the Roman's constructed as opposed to the Greeks. You can see from my picture that this is built right into the hillside.

Bergama

A travel blog entry by panzaverde on Oct 24, 2012

... more cool mosaics. And what's that - another theatre!

Second was the Asclepion - a healing centre. Patients were diagnosed according to their dreams, and dying people (patients were examined at the gate) and pregnant women weren't allowed to enter. ...