7 ancient ruins of turkey (part 1)

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Today’s Daily Prompt is : SEVEN – so we are taking the opportunity to visually introduce you to 7 different ancient ruins that we visited in Turkey.

In tomorrow’s post, we will write about our experiences with the “seven” of them.

Ancient ruin number 1: Troy
Ancient ruin number 1: Troy

Ancient ruin number 2: Pergamum
Ancient ruin number 2: Pergamum

Ancient ruin number 3: Ephesus
Ancient ruin number 3: Ephesus

Ancient ruin number 4: Temple of Artemis
Ancient ruin number 4: Temple of Artemis
Ancient ruin number 5: Aphrodisias
Ancient ruin number 5: Aphrodisias
Ancient ruin number 6: Perge
Ancient ruin number 6: Perge
Ancient ruin number 7: Aspendos
Ancient ruin number 7: Aspendos
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3 thoughts on “7 ancient ruins of turkey (part 1)

    Nurul Fitri Lubis said:
    March 22, 2014 at 11:55 am

    I agree if Artemis Temple is very disappointed. When I came there, I expected to see some columns, instead of one column with some lazy birds standing on it. But, Ephesus is sooo amazing…

      wisemonkeysabroad responded:
      March 22, 2014 at 12:12 pm

      Ephesus was amazing!! We had expected a wee bit more of Artemis but guess it can’t be helped if people and natural disasters help the destruction a little bit!

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