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FROM IZMIR PORT / HOTELS

Ephesus Tour Full Day Tour Pick-up from Izmir Port / Hotel Visit of the Temple of Artemis Ancient Ephesus Terrace Houses The Basilica of St. John Virgin Mary’s House At the end of the tour return to Izmir Port / Hotel Duration: minimum 7 hours Lunch: not included. Rates Included: The price includes the professional […]

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FROM IZMIR AIRPORT

Ephesus Tour Full Day Tour Pick-up from Izmir Airport Visit of the Temple of Artemis Ancient Ephesus Terrace Houses The Basilica of St. John Virgin Mary’s House At the end of the tour return to Izmir Airport Duration: minimum 7 hours Lunch: not included. Rates Included: The price includes the professional licensed tour guide, all […]

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From Kusadasi Port / Hotels

Ephesus Tour Full Day Pick-up from Kusadasi port / hotel Visit of the Temple of Artemis Ancient Ephesus Terrace Houses The Basilica of St. John Virgin Mary’s House At the end of the tour return to Kusadasi port / Hotel Duration: minimum 6 hours Lunch: Not included. Rates Included: The price includes the professional licensed […]

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Turkey’s Foreign Policy

Foreign affairs since 1950 Until the 1960s, Turkish foreign policy was wholly based on close relations with the West, particularly the friendship of the United States. Turkey sent troops to fight in the Korean War and joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO; 1952) and the Central Treaty Organization (1955). This Western-oriented policy derived from […]

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Turkey in the 21st Century

Challenges of the 21st century Turkey under the AKP In 2002 the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi; AKP), a party with Islamist roots, swept the parliamentary elections. It came to power under the ostensible leadership of Abdullah Gül, since party leader Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was ineligible to serve in parliament or as […]

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The Republic of Turkey

Turkey, country that occupies a unique geographic position, lying partly in Asia and partly in Europe. Throughout its history it has acted as both a barrier and a bridge between the two continents. Turkey is situated at the crossroads of the Balkans, Caucasus, Middle East, and eastern Mediterranean. It is among the larger countries of […]

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Artemidorus

Artemidorus, (flourished 100 BCE, Ephesus, Lydia [now in Turkey]), Greek geographer whose systematic geography in 11 books was much used by the famed Greek geographer-historian Strabo (b. 64/63 BCE). Artemidorus’s work is based on his itineraries in the Mediterranean and on the records of others. The work is known only from Strabo’s references to it […]

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Who is David George Hogarth

David George Hogarth, (born May 23, 1862, Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, Eng.—died Nov. 6, 1927, Oxford, Oxfordshire), English archaeologist, director of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (1909–27), and diplomat who was associated with the excavation of several important archaeological sites. Around 1900 Hogarth assisted in Sir Arthur Evans’ excavation of Knossos, Crete; in 1904–05 he led an excavation […]

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