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    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • Fortification walls of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • Fortification walls of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The archaeological site of Troy

    • Images; Archaeological sites; Troia (Extinct city); Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; World heritage areas--Turkey; Çanakkale İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of Troia (or Troy) are seen in the image. Assumingly the site of the Troy of Homer's Iliad, the settlement began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the 3rd mill. BC. Excavations reveal that several battles took place here, one apparently...
    • The Temple of Artemis at Sardis

    • Images; Sardis (Extinct city)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Archaeological sites; Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; Lydia (Kingdom); Temples; Manisa İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of the Temple of Artemis at Sardis. It was the fourth largest Ionic temple in the ancient world. Sardis, an ancient city at the location of modern in Turkey's Manisa Province, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia and one of the Seven...
    • The Temple of Artemis at Sardis

    • Images; Sardis (Extinct city)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Archaeological sites; Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; Lydia (Kingdom); Temples; Manisa İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of the Temple of Artemis at Sardis. It was the fourth largest Ionic temple in the ancient world. Sardis, an ancient city at the location of modern in Turkey's Manisa Province, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia and one of the Seven...
    • The Temple of Artemis at Sardis

    • Images; Sardis (Extinct city)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Archaeological sites; Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; Lydia (Kingdom); Temples; Manisa İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of the Temple of Artemis at Sardis. It was the fourth largest Ionic temple in the ancient world. Sardis, an ancient city at the location of modern in Turkey's Manisa Province, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia and one of the Seven...
    • The Temple of Artemis at Sardis

    • Images; Sardis (Extinct city)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Archaeological sites; Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; Lydia (Kingdom); Temples; Manisa İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of the Temple of Artemis at Sardis. It was the fourth largest Ionic temple in the ancient world. Sardis, an ancient city at the location of modern in Turkey's Manisa Province, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia and one of the Seven...
    • The Temple of Artemis at Sardis

    • Images; Sardis (Extinct city)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Archaeological sites; Asia Minor; Greeks--Aegean Sea Region; Lydia (Kingdom); Temples; Manisa İli (Turkey)
    • Ruins of the Temple of Artemis at Sardis. It was the fourth largest Ionic temple in the ancient world. Sardis, an ancient city at the location of modern in Turkey's Manisa Province, the capital of the ancient kingdom of Lydia and one of the Seven...

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