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Magnesia Ruins, Aydin
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  • Visited the ancient city of Magnesia with my wife. We were the only visitors for half a day. The site featured some incredible sites, the most memorable of which is a recently excavated stadium. You h...  more »
  • Name maybe the unsung, though a very important ancient city, we need to know the history of our country thinks and works in one of the numerous works to see our journey even more enjoyable and meaningful. The ancient city of magnesia, Gerry's (Thorax), Menderes River tributary Gharat (Lethaios) was established at the beginning of the 4th century Bc, on the edge. Approx. 1.5 km wide and surrounded by the city walls, in the following years saw the development of a small percentage is still visible. Some of the ancient cities I've ever seen the city like me a little quiet, lonely and indifferent as it may seem, on behalf of the Ministry of culture of the Ministry in charge of excavations by the University of Ankara in 1984 when it restarts and still when I found out he was being executed to meet you. Some of his works in magnesia Paris, Berlin and İstanbul on display in the Museum
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  • Way to go gorulesi its been a happy boy with the name Nostradamus structures of the public historical sites have similar structures by latrinalarina
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  • Off the map but very interesting ruins. We were the only ones there and the helpful staff was very pleasant. The ruins are well taken care of and good to see.
  • Wow what a place! Very big and still beautiful to see.
  • So unknown is an ancient city and the absence of any explanation for the door of the 6-year-old son told me like this ancient city "from before the magnetic men (arm and legs similar to the troll magnet toy) is still alive after they left the city. They began to live in the city of slug (wandering around the city with hundreds of dried banana slugs, kabuğugördük). Magnetic men scientists with some of the slime of slugs by making City paragliding choke chain Dhaka they the. Slugs are also started to live in the city, after she had to leave the town of herbs (the ancient city covered with grass is), "he told 😀
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  • A very small portion of the field principal protected by the beautiful Stadium 38 thousand people a huge building but unfortunately bad car conditions six high way
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  • Maintenance free and calismalarin stated that it lasted. If you're switching from all over can be entered but especially don't have to much to go.
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