Harbor Seal
The harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) is also known as the common seal. They feed on fish, squid and crustaceans.
The American who Saved 250,000 Greeks from Death in Smyrna During the Final Days of the Genocide
It was there, in Smyrna, where a small-town minister from upstate New York put together one of the most astonishing rescues in history. He saved the lives of tens of thousands of Christian women and c...
Photography of archeological ruins in Ephesus
Archeological ruins of Ephesus and other nearby sites datings from the start of AD to 6th century AD. At its peak Ephesus population is estimated at about 200,000. It is remarkable to walk a main stre...
Ani – Ghost City of 1001 Churches
Ani – some call it the City of 1001 Churches, others the City of Forty Gates. Yet no one has called it home for more than three centuries. Abandoned by its once prosperous and powerful inhabitants, i...
Ephesus - Documentary
Rick resurrects some Ephesian rubble with Mehlika Seval, who wrote THE guidebook on one of Turkey's greatest ancient sites — Ephesus. For more information on...
Ephesus
Roman Empire sites are found all over Turkey. The most spectacular is Greco-Roman Ephesus, with its mosaics, roads, and a partially restored multi-story libr...
Pergamon - Video
The ancient towns Pergamon and Sardes in Turkey.
Harbor Seal
The harbor seal (Phoca vitulina) is also known as the common seal. They feed on fish, squid and crustaceans.
Euromus
Euromus (Greek: Εὔρωμος) – also, Eunomus and Eunomos; earlier Kyromus and Hyromus – was an ancient city in Caria, Anatolia; the ruins are approximately 4 km southeast of Selimiye ...
Euromus - Wikipedia
Aphrodisias
Aphrodisias (/æfrɵˈdɪsiəs/; Ancient Greek: Ἀφροδισιάς Aphrodisiás) was a small ancient Greek city in the historic Caria cultural region of western Anatolia, Turkey. It is located near the mo...
Aphrodisias - Wikipedia
Antiochia ad Taurum
Antiochia ad Taurum (Greek: Αντιόχεια του Ταύρου; "Antiochia in the Taurus") was an ancient city of Hellenistic foundation in the Taurus Mountains of Cilicia (later Commagene province), Anatolia. ...
Pelodes
In Antiquity, Pelodes or Palodes was a site that cannot be identified with any certainty. One obscure Palodes was a minor port site on the eastern side of the Bosporus, about halfway up, a little sout...
Pelodes - Wikipedia
The American who Saved 250,000 Greeks from Death in Smyrna During the Final Days of the Genocide
It was there, in Smyrna, where a small-town minister from upstate New York put together one of the most astonishing rescues in history. He saved the lives of tens of thousands of Christian women and c...
Dara (Mesopotamia)
Dara or Daras (Greek: Δάρας) was an important East Roman fortress city in northern Mesopotamia on the border with the Sassanid Empire. Because of its great strategic importance, it featured promin...
Dara (Mesopotamia) - Wikipedia
Photography of archeological ruins in Ephesus
Archeological ruins of Ephesus and other nearby sites datings from the start of AD to 6th century AD. At its peak Ephesus population is estimated at about 200,000. It is remarkable to walk a main stre...
Skepsis
Skepsis or Scepsis (Ancient Greek: Σκέψις) was an ancient settlement in the Troad, Asia Minor that is at the present site of the village of Kurşunlutepe, near the town of Bayramiç in Turkey. The ...
Skepsis - Wikipedia
Zippalanda
Zippalanda was a Hattic administrative and religious center of the Hittite Old Kingdom. Although its name was known from inscriptions, a plausible site was not established by scholars till the latter ...
Bathonea
Bathonea (Bathoneia) is the name of a long-lost ancient Roman city that was found in 2009 to be located on the European shore of the sea of Marmara, 20km west from Istanbul in Turkey.The ruins of this...