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Ephesus and Ionia Reagion
Ephesus UNESCO Site, Greko-Roman City-Western Turkey
 Cultural Interactios Private Tours To Turkey Ephesus, once the most important commercial center of the western Anatolia , is one of the highlights of Turkey that awaits the exploring tourists. The city was established as a port on the mouth of the river Cayster and was one of the foremost c
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House Of Virgin Mary near Ephesus Turkey
Located on the top of the "Bulbul" mountain 9 km ahead of Ephesus, the shrine of Virgin Mary enjoys a marvelous atmosphere hidden in the green. It is the place where Mary may have spent her last days. Indeed, she may have come in the area together with Saint John, who spent several years i
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Philadelphia Seven Churches' City
 Philadelphia (modern Alaşehir ) was a Lydian city founded by Attlus II Philadelphus (159-138 BC.), who was known for his devotion to his brother Eumenes. His name (meaning ?brotherly love?) was perpetuated by the city. Philadelphia was a city of commercial importance, located as the gateway to
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Miletos Philosopher City in Asia Minor- Turkey
Miletos which is in the vicinity of Söke, was on the seashore in the ancient times. The Miletos people who had founded about 90 colonies in the Mediterranean and Black Sea regions, after 650 B.C, had resisted the Persian invasions in Anatolia, but they were defeated finally and the city was destroye
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Priene Goddes Athena's City
Priene was discovered by the inhabitants on the Ionian coast. The Ionians first arrived and settled here in the 11th century B.C. and the city was founded either by Aegyptus of Athens, Philotas of Thebes or Amazon queens (like Pitane, Myrina, Kyme and Ephesus.   It was situated on a peninsula
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Thyateira Biblical city
Thyatira is bordered by gently sloping hills and lies in a long, open valley extending north and south between the Hermus and Caicos River valleys. It had no illustrious history and was scarcely mentioned in ancient texts. However, finds of housewares reveal the existence of primitive settlements da
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Sardes Biblical city
The Acropolis  Known biblically as the home of the church that received the fifth of letters to the seven churches in Revelation, Sardis was the capital of the Lydian empire and one of the greatest cities of the ancient world.  Located on the banks of the Pactolus River, Sardis was 60 mi
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İzmir- Homer's city Smyrna
Izmir is located in the Aegean province, which, of all the seven geographical regions of Turkey, enjoys the finest climate. In population it is the third city in Turkey. It is located in an area whose magnificent history has made it a tourist centre. It lies at the centre of the most important land,
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St. John Church Ephesus Western Turkey
It is believed that the evangelist St. John had spent his last years in the region around Ephesus and buried in the southern slope of Ayosolug Hill. Three hundred years after the death of St. John, a small chapel was constructed over the grave in the 4th century. The church of St John was changed in
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Turkey Cultural Tour
Zincirlidere Cd.Sisli-Istanbul/Turkey
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Turkey Cultural Tour
Zincirlidere Cd.Sisli-Istanbul/Turkey
• Tel: +90 532 3163653 • Tel: +90 212 2893252 • Fax: +90 212 2893252
• tours@turkeyculturaltour.com, • http://www.turkeyculturaltour.com