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... status as the steepest theater anywhere in the Greek world. Although I wish I could have had more time at the site, I still enjoyed the visit and will look forward to hopefully returning before too long with my travel buddy in tow :).
After visiting the Pergamon acropolis, we ate lunch and headed down to see the Asklepieion, a major cult center for Asklepios, Greek god of healing. The ruins here were actually more ...
Our day started with a trip to Bergamo, also known as Pergamon.The town has apparently been inhabited since Trojan times.Its fame started after Alexander the Great, when it became a rich small kingdom. Up the beautiful hill is the Acropolis, of which the temple of Trajan is the only surviving structure.The altar of Zeus has been moved in its entirety to the Berlin Museum! The most impressive feature for me was the 10,000 seat ...
... born Domenicos Teotocopoulos here in Heraklion. It is a very active port with lots of large ferryboats coming from other islands and Greece. We bought a few gifts, Carl a shirt, and me some clothes too. The linens were quite nice, as well as silk rugs but they are rather bulky for the suitcases. We had a pleasant lunch in the shade of the trees with a nice breeze blowing – not too hot here – in the mid 80s F. - but the humidity ...
The ancient city of Permigmom sits high on a hill and requires a cable car to get to it. It was the second largest cultural centre in the world after Alexandria in Egypt. The original city wall dates back to 12th century BC and had a population of 100,000. It remained at peace with various conquests happening around it until 405AD when it ceased to exist. After it inhabitants ...
Today an early morning flight took us to Izmir on the western coast of Anatolia. Izmir is a city with one building on top of another and little or no building codes. There are 3 million people with 80% in the urban area.
From Izmir, we drove through the countryside to the ancient city of Pergamum which is known as Bergama today. It is a town of about 40,000 ...