Archaeological Sites in The Sea of Marmara and the North Aegean

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Archaeological Sites in The Sea of Marmara and the North Aegean

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Name Category Location
 
Acropolis
The hilltop Acropolis measures about five square city blocks...
Archaeological Sites Behramkale (Assos)
 
Acropolis
The most dramatic of the remains of Pergamum are at the Acropolis...
Archaeological Sites Pergamum (Bergama)
 
Asklepion
This is believed to have been one of the world's first full-service...
Archaeological Sites Pergamum (Bergama)
 
Kızıl Avlu
The Red Basilica in Bergama is named for the red bricks from...
Archaeological Sites Pergamum (Bergama)
 
Lefke Kapısı
The eastern gate to the ancient city was built in honor of a...
Archaeological Sites İznik
 
Roman Theater
The Roman Emperor Trajan asked the governor Plinius to construct...
Archaeological Sites İznik
 
Troy (Truva)
The wooden horse that stands outside the site is a modern addition...
Archaeological Sites Troy (Truva)
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