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Aegean Turkey, Anatolia, Aphrodisias, Asia, Built Structure

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Stock photo ID:182796120
Upload date:September 30, 2013

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'B&W image and filter addedAphrodisias (Greek: !AEa AAA'AAAa, AphrodisiA!s) was a small city in Caria, on the southwest coast of Asia Minor. Its site is located near the modern village of Geyre, Turkey, about 230 km from Azmir.The ancient city of Aphrodisias, dedicated to the goddess of love Aphrodite, was a Hellenistic city which also flourished under Roman and Byzantine rule.The city was built near a marble quarry that was extensively exploited in the Hellenistic and Roman periods, and sculpture in marble from Aphrodisias became famous in the Roman world.The site is in an earthquake zone and has suffered a great deal of damage at various times, especially in severe tremblors of the 4th and 7th centuries.There are many other notable buildings, including the stadium, which is said to be probably the best preserved of its kind in the Mediterranean except, perhaps, for the Sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi.'
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