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Ephesus, The theatre, in which wild animal fights and gladiator games were held in the 3rd and 4th centuries, is the largest theatre structure in Turkey and has a capacity of 24,000 spectators.

Ephesus, part of the Temple of Hadrian

Ephesus, The Statue of Skolastica.

Ephesus, the original mosaic floor of a portico

Ephesus, the Temple of Hadrian

Ephesus, the temple of Domitian. Built in dedication to Emperor Domitian

Ephesus, the bathroom

Ephesus, Nike (like the shoes) the goddess of victory

The grave of the Apostle John

What is left of The Church of St. John built over the Apostle John's grave

Ancient Caunos, there is nothing like a good mud bath 

Ancient Caunos

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, local Turkish friends

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, Lona teaches the youngest how to play backgammon

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, a Turkish lunch

 

 

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, carpet weaving

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, carpet weaving

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, carpet weaving

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, carpet weaving

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, carpet weaving

Ravine Cove in Skopea Limani, carpet weaving

Tomb Bay, this is how the anchoring is done just about everywhere in the med.

Olympos

Kekova Roads, carpets for sale

Kekova Roads, what a flower

Kekova Roads, this sarcophagi is surrounded by water due to the ocean rising

Istanbul, Haghia Sophia

Istanbul, Haghia Sophia

Demre (Myra), the Apostle Paul was taken here on his way to Rome as a prisoner

Demre (Myra), the Apostle Paul was taken here on his way to Rome as a prisoner

Demre (Myra), the Apostle Paul was taken here on his way to Rome as a prisoner

Demre (Myra), the Apostle Paul was taken here on his way to Rome as a prisoner

 

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