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From Battlefields to Ancient Monuments

Time to leave the Gallipoli Peninsula, but it is with some regret as there is so much to absorb.  We were anticipating a very long drive in our coach so an early start to get on the early ferribot, across the straits to Lapseki; landing further north meant we did not have to brave the peak-period traffic of Canakkale.   702 more words


Bergama Antik Kenti (Pergamon) Tarihi ve Kısa Bilgi

İzmir in kuzeyinde Dikili yakınlarında yer alan Bergama antik kenti mitolojide Sağlık Tanrısı Asklepios un kenti olarak da bilinir. Eczacılığın babası olarak bilinen Galenos MÖ II. 52 more words


We’d been told that the ancient city of Pergamon was one of the ‘not to be missed’ things in the Anatolia region. From where we were staying in Izmir, Pergamon was 100km north – for us, only a short hitch and a mini bus ride away. 352 more words


Izmir is a major city on the west coast of Turkey and located conveniently between several major archaeological sites we wanted to visit. To get here it took a horrible 13 hour night bus from Cappadocia but it was worth it. 233 more words

Bergama / Emitt 2015

Müsteri Bergama Tarih Ocak 2015 Kategori Fuar, Pavilyon, Milli Katilimlar, Ülke Standlari, yurd disi fuar standi, Detay Europa Sehir/Ülke İstanbul/Türkiye Tasarim/Saglayici Detay Tasarim Kullanilan Sistem Ahşap Alan 90 m2 Etkinlik Alani TÜYAP Fuar/Etkinlik Adi Emitt 2015 / 18th Edition


It’s been 179 days. That’s incredible. And with that (lack of an) introduction, here’s a little taste of what happened in February.


We got back about two weeks ago from our mid-year NSLIY camp, held in Antalya. 884 more words

Classical Special Final Round! Bergama, Assos, and Troy

This final post dedicated to our adventures through Turkey’s classical past winds through three different sites, each with its own particular historical import. We’ll make this brief, since, at the time of writing, this is the last night before our long trek back to Istanbul for the final leg of our stay here. 583 more words

Turkey Trip 2015