Discover the Magic of Milas city in Turkey
Milas is a tourism paradise of 12 months a year with its ideal geographical location, unique natural beauty, magnificent history and alternative tourism facilities. Milas, which dates back to 5,000 years, has been home to many civilizations such as Caria, Helen, Rome, Byzantine, Menteşe Principality and Ottoman Empire. Milas is almost like an open-air museum with its enormous works of these civilizations. Milas is also famous for its carpets, its traditional villages and traditional weddings.
Yöresel Milas Halısı Belgeseli
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Milas Müzesi ilk kez 1983 yılında bakanlık onayı ile Bodrum Müzesi'nden devredilen eserler ve ilçe sınırları içerisindeki kazılardan çıkan eserlerin bir araya toplanmasıyla oluşturulmuş ve 1987'de ziyarete açılmıştır. Müze müdürlüğü Milas Kültür Merkezi binası içerisinde yer almaktadır. Kültür Merkezi, toplam yüzölçümü 1556 m² lik bahçe içinde bodrum katı üzerine iki katlı inşa edilmiş yaklaşık 400 m² genişliğinde bir binadır. Binanın giriş katında müze sergi salonu ile idari birimler yer almaktadır.
MILAS - THE COLORFUL WORLD OF ÇOMAKDAĞ
The colorful world of Comakdag people... Ethnic embroideries, festive weddings, the village people adorned with fresh flowers and more...
Muğla Milas İlçesi - Türbe köy
Muğla ili Milas İlçesinde olan Türbe köy. Bu köy tamamen sebebi bilinmeyen bazı esrarlı rahatsızlıklardan dolayı acele olarak kaçarcasına boşaltılmıştır.
Dünyanın ilk müze hastanesi Bodrum Muğla The world's first museum hospital.Bodrumn Turkey
Dünyanın ilk 150 milyon TL'lik #müze #hastanesi #Bodrum'da
Muğla'nın Bodrum ilçesinde, hastane ek binası için kazılan temelden tarih çıktı.
Temel kazısı sırasında beklenmeyen bir şey yaşandı. Bölgede, Roma İmparatorluğu'nun son dönemlerine ait bir yerleşim yeri ortaya çıkarıldı. Özellikle taban mozaikleri ile dikkat çeken alan koruma altına alındı..
Açık müzeye çevrilen alanın üstü cam bölmelerle kapatıldı. Türkiye'de ilk olma özelliği taşıyan müze hastane, 24 saat ziyarete açık.
The world's first # museum # hospital # in Bodrum
Muğla's Bodrum district, the date for the foundation of the hospital was excavated for the additional building.
During the basic excavation, something unexpected happened. A settlement in the region belonging to the late Roman Empire was unearthed. The area attracting attention with its floor mosaics has been taken under protection.
The area turned into an open museum was covered with glass panes. carrying the first of its kind in Turkey hospital museum, open to visitors 24 hours.
The world's first museum hospital.
Türkiye'de ilk olma özelliği taşıyan müze hastane
Dünyanın ilk müze hastanesi
ilk müze hastanesi bodrum,belgesel
müze hastane nerede
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Pontian Museum in Athens
The Pontian Museum in Athens (Nea Smyrna). This is a short clip of what you would see inside.
It is part of the Epitropi Pontiakon Meleton collection (Pontian research) everything regarding Pontos and Pontians.
It is the main Pontian research Centre with many things from traditional costumes to books and much more. They also have a encyclopedia set they sell, maps etc....
A MUST VISIT if you are in Athens.....
Especialy for Traditional Costume Enthusiasts. With one of the only traditional mens costumes, made from a direct copy from Pontoas by Nikos Kazanzidis (brother of the Touloum player Harry Kazanzidis). I belive how the costume should look. Not to mention artifacts from Sumela, letters of the Patriach and much more.
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73 Agnoston Martyron str
17123, Athens, Greece
Tel.: +30 2109325521, +30 2109354333
Fax.: +30 2109354333
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Asos Milas balık pazarı müzesi
Muğlanın Milas ilçesindeki Asos kalıntıları balık pazarı binası içinde
Planned Restoration Of The Temple Of Zeus In Turkey
Restoration of the Temple of Zeus located in Muğla province is in planning in compliance with the original. It is thought to have been left incomplete due to an economic crisis that occurred about 1,800 years ago
Located in the ancient city of Euromos in Muğla's Milas district, the Temple of Zeus (Lepsynos) will be restored by a group of specialists from Turkey, France and Italy. The temple is believed to be unfinished due to the economic crisis that hit the ancient city 1,800 years ago. President of Muğla Cultural and Natural Heritage Preservation Board and Euromos Ancient City Excavations Assistant Professor Abuzer Kızıl, explained that 16 columns of the temple are still standing tall. He said the columns that face the city are decorated with fluting, but the columns on the southern side of the temple were not decorated, which indicates that the city was suffering from economic difficulties.
Kızıl said that they will start restoration works by locating the architectural blocks that are not standing today. First of all, we are documenting the blocks that are not here. Professor Ümit Serdaroğlu carried out cementation work in 1975 in order to restore the temple, but this structure will challenge us. Our main supporters are the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and the Directorate General of Cultural Assets and Museums.
Kızıl claimed that the temple could not be finished with the ancient city's budget and continued, Euromos's budget was not large enough to finish the temple. The wealthy people of the city erected several columns, but it was not enough. We want to erect some of the unfinished columns and finish the construction as we restore the whole temple. We will raise the temple up as much as we can.
Explaining that the standing columns feature plates with the names of the people who contributed to the construction inscribed, Kızıl stressed that the temple was dedicated to Zeus. He said that Lepsynos is one of the best preserved temples in Anatolia. We are currently evaluating the situation with a team of six people coming from Turkey, France and Italy, Kızıl added. He said that they will not spoil the magical atmosphere of the ancient city and highlighted that they will not piece together the unfinished columns with other materials.
Kızıl said that they have to be careful about disturbing the standing columns while they are restoring the temple because they might fall down even with the smallest vibration. The head of the excavation and restoration said that they might receive support from other Turkish and international institutions. If we successfully restore the temple, it will be a matter of Turkish pride, Kızıl said. The temple, which is located within the site of Euromos Ancient City is situated along the Milas-Söke highway. The temple dates back to the second century A.D., and is believed to have been built during the reign of Emperor Hadrianus.
Milas Çomakdağ'lı E. Öğretmen Bahri Alkaya'nın kişisel müzesi ve benzersiz belgeseli
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HERAKLEİA ANTİK KENTİ HAVADAN ÇEKİM Kapıkırı Bafa Gölü MUĞLA
Yaşadığımız ve Seyahat ettiğimiz yerleri, havadan ve yerden görüntülemek, görüntülerimizi daha fazla kişiye ulaştırmak için oluşturduğumuz kanalımızdır.
Kar amacı gütmeden, ülke ve şehir tanıtımları için, sosyal proje bazında çekimlerimizi sizlerin görüş ve beğenilerinize sunmaktan, mutluluk duyarız.
FETHIYE TURKEY ! BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS AND BEACH ! PARAGLIDING SPOT ! BEAUTIFUL CITY OF TURKEY
Fethiye is one of Turkey's well-known tourist centres and is especially popular during the summer.
The Fethiye Museum, which is very rich in ancient and more recent artifacts, displays and testifies to the successive chain of civilizations that existed in the area, starting with the ancient Lycians.
Modern Fethiye is located on the site of the ancient city of Telmessos, the ruins of which can be seen in the city, e.g. the Hellenistic theatre by the main quay.
A Lycian legend explains the source of the name Telmessos as follows: The god Apollo falls in love with the youngest daughter of the King of Phoenicia, Agenor. He disguises himself as a small dog and thus gains the love of the shy, withdrawn daughter. After he reappears as a handsome man, they have a son, who they name 'Telmessos' (the land of lights).
The city became part of the Persian Empire after the invasion of the Persian general Harpagos in 547 BC, along with other Lycian and Carian cities. Telmessos then joined the Attic-Delos Union (Delian League) established in mid-5th century BC. and, although it later left the union and became an independent city, continued its relations with the union until the 4th century BC.
Telmessos was ruled by the Anatolian beylik of Menteşe starting in 1284, under the name Beskaza. It became part of the Ottoman Empire in 1424.
The town grew considerably in the 19th century, and had a large Greek population at this time. Following the population exchange between Greece and Turkey, the Greeks of Makri were sent to Greece where they founded the town of Nea Makri (New Makri) in Greece. The town was resettled with Turks from Greece. At nearby Kayaköy, formerly Levissi, the abandoned Greek Orthodox church is still standing
In 1934, the city was renamed 'Fethiye' in honor of Yüzbaşı Fethi Bey [de] one of the first pilots of the Ottoman Air Force, killed in 1914 by Al-Samra.
Fethiye has experienced many earthquakes. Last significant ones date to 1957 and 1961, with 67 casualties and 3200 damaged buildings after 25 April 1957 earthquake. The town has been rebuilt since then and now has a modern harbor and a marina.
Lycian rock tomb in Fethiye (4th century BCE).
On 3 August 1953, Air France Flight 152, while en route from Rome to Beirut, ditched into the Gulf of Fethiye off Kızılada. Of the 8 crew and 34 passengers on board, four drowned. The survivors were hosted by the residents during their stay in the town
Fethiye is also home to the Tomb of Amyntas, a large tomb built in 350 BC by the Lycians.
Some of the other historical sites worth visiting are: Kadyanda (Cadyanda) Ancient City, Kayaköy- old Greek town, Afkule, Gemiler and Aya Nikola. Most popular touristic towns of Fethiye are: Ölüdeniz, Calis Beach area, Hisaronu and Ovacik.
The island Kızılada in the Gulf of Fethiye, which is 4 mi (6.4 km) off the city, is a popular stopover for boat tours. Alternatively, there are great diving sites Afkule being one of the most famous. The Kızılada Lighthouse on the island houses a seafood restaurant and a hostel with nine rooms.
The overall metropolitan area of the city of Fethiye stretches inland from the harbour for more than seven miles, incorporating several villages into the city. To the north of the city centre is the area of Çaliş Plaji (Beach), which incorporates the main street of Bariş Manço Bulvari alongside an extensive promenade along the coast, on which a lot of hotels are based. This beach serves as Fethiye's beach in its own right, since Fethiye does not actually have one itself. To the east, lie the areas of Gunlukbaşi, Çamkoy, Cumhuriyet, and also Esenköy to the south-east. The city centre is defined as the area between the Marina and the Fethiye Market near the football stadium. Approximately two miles to the south-west and south respectively, lie the towns of Kayaköy and Ölüdeniz, the latter being world-famous for its beach spit and associated Blue Lagoon. The opportunity to para glide is available from the mountain of Babadağ next to Öludeniz.
Istanbul, Turkey: Topkapı Palace
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