HOLY AND MYTHICAL INSPIRATION OF THE WEST
Welcome to Western Turkey! Be ready for the mind-blowing trip following in Blessed Mother’s and the Olympian goddess’ footsteps. Your selfie archive will get richer when you get a selfie at one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Temple of Artemis with counted 127 columns, is the biggest temple made of marble in its age. But, today just one reconstructed pillar is all that remains of the massive Temple waiting for you to be one of the memory about Western Anatolia. Main course of the day is, of course, Ephesus which is the grandest and best preserved one among the hundreds of ancient cities and classical ruins looking forward to being explored all over the country. In theatre, curtain line is the final spoken line of the play. This trip’s curtain line is the House of Virgin Mary. The ruins of this home are rumored to be where mother of Jesus spent her latter years, after being spirited away by John the Evangelist. When you are aware of the time already escaped you on this day, do not get upset, because your hands TOUCH THE EARTH where Virgin Mary walked and Artemis the Goddess ran in chase of the hunt.
Are you ready to get into the trip that mixes up history, architecture, mythology, divinity and holiness? Aegean coast of Turkey is a beautiful and amazing place with green hills, sandy beaches and crystal clear sea. That’s why one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, Temple of Artemis (Artemision), was constructed right in this region. There is not much left from the temple except one lone reconstructed pillar, but this masterpiece of the old times still deserves a visit.