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I suggest seeing this on the way to the Acropolis or you might be disappointed. The best feature is the standing walls made of red brick. The original structure had to be an awesome site but now there’s not much else to see except a...More
It is a ruined temple in the ancient city of Pergamon, now Bergama, It is one of the largest Roman structures still surviving in the ancient Greek world. The temple is thought to have been used for the worship of Egyptian gods. Worth visiting but...More
This temple is one of the largest Roman era structures still surviving in the ancient Greek world according to Wikipedia. It is quite impressive and has been the site of several different types of worship over the centuries from the worship of Egyptian gods to...More
Monumental ruins of a temple built by a Roman emperor to worship Egyptian gods in the second century AC.
Three hundred years later, the temple was damaged by Byzantines, as they converted it into a Christian church, dedicated to Saint John, which was destroyed by...More
It’s interesting but not much to see and not enough inscription about it. For an instance, it says Roman times but doesn’t say exactly which century. Entrance fee is 5 TL. Under 18 doesn’t pay. It takes less then half an hour to visit.