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Euromos Ruins, Milas

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  • We were on a whirlwind tour of 4 major ruins in the are, and only added Euromos at the last minute, so we did not explore as much as we would have liked. The temple is one of the 6 most complete templ...  more »
  • Euromos is a long way from the magnificence of Ephesus of the Tempe of Apollo, but it is still very impressive and the setting is very pleasant. It is located above an hour's drive from Bodrum, and if...  more »
  • Imagine in ancient times when that highway did not exist. One would have to travel on foot or by mule for days to reach a lone temple by itself dedicated to Zeus. This is the life of ancient Anatolian...  more »
  • Very impressive ancient archeological site with a pretty well preserved temple. It's right off the Milas-Söke main road.
  • This was a wee hidden gem a great place to stop. Make sure you look around everywhere
  • Impressive site of an ancient Greek city
  • On the way, surely that should be seen. Entry was free but the box office right now. Entry in the summer, the charges may apply. Especially if you go an hour near the Temple of Zeus before sunset so beautiful you can take pictures. You should follow the signs to the ancient theatre. Olive trees and on stage with the top-most 6-7 digits column looks of Hill.
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  • Seems a little bit out of doing excavation work continues outside this very persistent image, the rest of the stones of the field level area is wider. The Highway passes next to not appear to conform to the field.
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