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Miletus, Didim

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Miletus represents one of the most prominent Greek cities from two-and-a-half millennia ago. It flourished throughout the existence of the Greek and Roman civilizations and left a great legacy to the world, including the origins of science. Today, the remains of its ancient structures spread across 90 hectares (220 acres) of land; among them are a 25,000-seat theater, lavish 1st-century CE roman baths, and enormous defense fortifications. Walk through the streets and squares of the complex to encounter various preserved monuments, colonnades, portals, and ancient hallways. The site also houses a small history museum. Our Didim itinerary builder makes visiting Miletus and other Didim attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Attracts the world's three son hand stone Polish, but we don't have our treasures, we're trying to keep wanting to almost. Great places, but your friends and read a bit, as I said before, go. Go for sure.
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  • The theatre itself is worth the trip. Built and modified by first the Greeks, Romans, and Byzantines, evidenced by the three different sizes of brickwork. Originally built to seat 5000 it would eventu...  more »
  • There is more to Miletos than first meets the eye. Our first trip there we only explored the fabulous amphitheatre but on our second trip we discovered a whole new city behind which took us back in ti...  more »