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Magnesia Ruins, Aydin

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  • Always on the meander River, but closer to its mouth, we find the city of magnesia of the meander, founded in 530 BC by Greek settlers. His excavations are currently underway on a huge site that requires to travel by car from one building to another. The stadium, exceptional visit, is being desenfouissement (work started in 2011 by a Turkish team). It is still partly covered with a layer of thick soil of 8 meters. It comes out almost unscathed and let you discover bas-reliefs (some strange) at the foot of each staircase. The grand theatre is completely ruined and buried, barely subsists you he shape of the cavea, now planted with olive trees. No step is no longer visible. But the best discovery is that of the "theatron", whose nature and the precise function are not completely known. Indeed several details matter from thinking about a habitual use of theatre. First of all there is no stage building. Moreover, the public entrance is through a door in the center of her orchestra; Finally the proedrie (Foundation of the first rank for the elites) consists of a series of marble seats embedded in niches, thus hiding the rest of the public. Dating from the first century of our era, it seems that this building has never been completed. It suggests construction phases, including blocks of marble under size.
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  • It may be the stadium in better condition that exists. From the Temple of Artemis is can get in car, passing by the gym, etc.; but we did take a walk because the place is very nice.
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  • Situated on either side of the main road from Soke to Germancik, quite close to Germancik, the ruins are easy to spot as you drive right past them, plus "Magnesia" is signposted.  more »
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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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