This sanctuary area which is outside of the city in the southwest of Ancient Bergama, was healing and resting center of patients from every region. It became one of the most famous medical centers in Roman Empire boundaries in 2nd century A.D.
İslamsaray, Bergama Yolu 1. Km, 35700 Bergama/İzmir
Serapis Temple is the most impressive work belonging to ancient times in Bergama Town. It was a temple built in name of Serapis, one of the Egyptian gods, in Roman Emperor Hadrian period (117-138 A.D.). It was changed during the Byzantine
Kale Pansiyon, Cumhuriyet, İnönü Cd. No:69, 17680 Bozcaada/Çanakkale
Reached via a steep climb from the old Greek quarter, and with commanding views over the town, the family-run ‘Castle’ offers simple but clean rooms; those in the basement are darker but cheaper. There's a friendly host and a lovely
Muradiye camii ve külliyesi, Muradiye, 16050 Osmangazi/Bursa
Külliye, which was built by Murat II who also gave the name of the mosque in years between 1425 and 1426, consists of madrasa, cultivation, bath and mausoleums besides the mosque. Worship area is covered with two domes and it has a