Hot springs over roman ruins Pamukkale Turkey

Swimming in Cleopatra's Pool - Antique Hot Spring Pool at Pamukkale, Turkey

24 December 563 – The Byzantine church Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is dedicated for the second time after being destroyed by earthquakes. Hagia Sofia, Istanbul | Turkey

24 December 563 – The Byzantine church Hagia Sophia in Constantinople is dedicated for the second time after being destroyed by earthquakes.

Pergamum (Bergama), Izmir, Turkey  Izmir is now the closest major city to Pergamum, an ancient Hellenistic cultural center whose acropolis rises 800 feet above the valley and includes marble temples to Athena and Trajan, a Greek theater, and a library with 200,000 volumes. Across the valley, in the second century A.D., Galen, one of antiquity’s most famous physicians, practiced at a major medical center, the Asclepion.

: Pergamum (Bergama)Izmir is now the closest major city to Pergamum, an ancient Hellenistic cultural center whose acropolis rises 800 feet above the valley and includes marble temples to Athena and Trajan, a Greek theater, and a library with volumes

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