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Sardis (Sardes), Salihli

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  • Sardeis ancient city served as the capital of the Kingdom of Lydia. The ruins are seen on the surface in the city from the Roman and Byzantine periods. Early strata is approximately 8-10 m. under the alluvium. Roman is an example of a good restoration school gymnasium complex. Located in the same area and is one of the world's oldest synagogue structure must also be visited. On the right side of the road on the way to the Temple of ARTEMIS, paktalos, in an area close to the ancient coin mint tea. The money is the first in the world was invented and is pressed. One of the most magnificent Hellenistic period, Artemis Temple in Sardeis is enough. The temple is very splendid and well worth a visit.
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  • dancing in a very short history enthusiasts çezbedebilecek. certainly when you see Apollo tapınağınıda in close range stopped by here. enormous columns boggles.
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  • Beautiful and also is a lot to be learned 1. The ruins of past civilizations and locked down the live work of a..
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  • Such a great site full of history and architecture.
  • 13Sep14 Roman bath preserved remains with antiquity similar to nearby temple of Artemis. History amazing and humbling.
  • Well preserved and partially restores Roman Bathhouse complex. Belongs to the same ancient archeological site as the nearby temple of Artemis. Well worth a detour
  • A historic place that you MUST visit if you are passing by...
  • Worth stopping