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... A couple from Lancashire to my right, well travelled and very friendly. Warn them to be careful with the cheese! To my left, what appears to be a communications failure. Two males, one wearing a t-shirt (the Kommondant will soon fix that). Completely self engrossed and way over the top darling, totally ignoring everyone around them. No eye contact. Loudly telling Ivan that they are Platinum with Cunard. Ivan rolling his eyes. We have yet to give them a name! ...
... wonders of the ancient world.. This was founded by the Ionians in the 11th century BC. Ephesus was later ruled by the Romans and conquered by Alexander the Great. Excavations in the 19th century revealed several important artefacts from the aromas and Byzantine Empires and today it's ruins are considered to be the most important in Turkey. Through the Magnesia Gate, marble streets once lined with chariots lead to the many temples, porticoes, fountains of the evacuation site. ...
... St John was supposedly buried there after he died. This is right outside of Ephesus where St. John spent his last years. In the time of the Ottoman empire, the church was turned into a bazaar. Just down the hill from this church is the single standing pillr of the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. Just next ...
Max managed to pay some attention drawing the comparison between Ephestus Ostia Anticqua near Rome with the merchant huts and mosaics tha tline their floors.
From Ephestus it was a short trip to the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven wonders. Today there is an impressive seagull nest on the top of the sole remaining pillar of the temple.
On the way back to Kusadsi we played a Pantheon quiz that I thoroughly failed at, Max ...
The population of Turkey is 98% Muslim, so the house serves as a shrine for Muslims as well. Muslims do not believe in the divinity of Jesus, but they do recognize the virgin birth, and recognize him as a holy prophet. Notice the photo of the sign that points out references to the Virgin Mary in the Koran.
The scenery surrounding the house is also very nice. Several of us were able to enjoy some coffee and purchase some souvenirs.