多姐小桃DorisI took a ferry across the Dardanelles and rushed to the hotel after the egg yolk dropped to the sea level. In the middle, I went to the ancient city ruins of Troy. Of course, the wooden horse at the entrance to the ruins was copied, but the children liked it very much. Ask for a photo, but I can’t see my face. A wooden horse destroyed an ancient city, which is also a miracle in the history of war.
燃烧生命的小胖妞The archaeological site of Troy is located in Sisarlik, 40 kilometers south of Chanakare, the main port of the Dardanelles in Turkey. It is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world. The discovery of this site is of great significance to understanding the critical period of the early development of European civilization in the history of archaeology, and is a testament to the entire Trojan civilization. On the other hand, it has become one of Turkey's tourist attractions, attracting thousands of tourists.
多姐小桃DorisTurkey’s westernmost point, the point connecting the Marmara Sea and the Aegean Sea, has been a battleground for military strategists since ancient times. This is the place where Turkey’s fine pottery is produced. In Byzantine Greek, the city’s name is Danylia. This is also the representative place of higher education in Turkey. It is a great mood for the blue ocean to travel from Europe to Asia by boat. The sun is violent at noon, so you don’t need to wear down.
多姐小桃DorisThe clock tower is right next to the port. It’s not too eye-catching. I didn’t have time to take pictures. I added a few street scenes to get to know this small town in the westernmost part of Turkey. Olive trees are planted everywhere and canned fish is also very famous.
多姐小桃DorisThe harbour that goes to Troy has long and narrow terrain, beautiful harbour scenery and clear blue water. Even in winter, it has a superb appearance. When we came, the weather was relatively cold. Spring and summer should be picturesque.
#, about 40 kilometers from the city of Cisalk, driving for the past 45 minutes, is a major discovery of the 19th century archaeology, this is a historical story.
The biggest feature is the big wooden horse at the door. The famous Trojan Tucheng recorded the city. The scenic area preserves the Trojans of different ages, so we can see that many of them are blown by the wind and dust. The old city of the ruin, if you are interested in this history, you can come here to see.
The very tall image of the Trojan horse at the gate is more eye-catching and can climb up on a ladder.
Interested in sitting in the middle of the Trojan, taking a photo.
Trojans are very solid, don't worry, there are local handsome guys wearing a handsome retro dress standing in the maintenance order, you can also take pictures with locals.
Although the location of the scenic spot is a bit far, it is worth seeing. #
When I came to Turkey, I realized that so many stories happened in this magical country, and history is no less than Egypt and China. Troy is also known as "Ilion." Ancient Greek colonial city. Built by the ancient Greeks around the 16th century BC. Located southeast of the Hellers Strait (the Dardanelles Strait) at the western end of the Asia Minor Peninsula. In 1998, according to the selection criteria for cultural heritage, it was included in the World Heritage List
archaeologists found in the 30-meter-long stratum of Troy, which was divided into nine periods, from 3000 BC to 400 AD. The ruins found the Temple of Athena and the Chamber of the Roman Empire during the 400 AD, the ruins of the market and the theater, and so on. Although these buildings have collapsed and fallen, from the perspective of the remaining walls and pillars, the momentum is quite magnificent. There are castles from 2600 BC to 2300 BC, with a diameter of more than 120 meters. There are palaces and other buildings in the city.
In the treasure house of a royal family, many gold and silver jewels and bronzes were found. The pottery was mainly red and brown. In addition, stone tools, bone tools, and ceramic spinning wheels were also unearthed. The city of Troy is the ruins of a burnt city. Its stone sarcophagus is 5 meters high. It has a large number of simple shapes, painted geometric pottery and other living utensils.
Turkey | Canakkale
Canakkale is located on the easternmost shore of the Dardanelles, is a port city in western Turkey, and has a small population. It is best known for being close to the ancient city of Troy. The natural Trojan horse has become the representative of the entire city. There are not many tourists in the city, and the atmosphere is very quiet. Unlike other famous tourist cities in Turkey, this small town is very suitable for leisure and can also feel the life of local people. If you drive around Turkey in a counter-clockwise way, this city is a good stopover on the way to Izmir. It can make the trip less stressful. You can also take a look at the ancient city of Troy. It is a very reasonable arrangement in self-driving Turkey. Recommended for small partners with the same itinerary!
The story of the Trojan horse is believed to have been heard by everyone. It is an allusion that parents will tell us when they are waiting for the hour. Now I am very excited to be here.
Troy is an ancient Greek colonial city built by the ancient Greeks around the 16th century BC. It is located in the Hellers Strait in the western end of the Asia Minor Peninsula, southeast of the Dardanelles.
1998 was included in the World Heritage List according to the selection criteria for cultural heritage. Today, the ancient city of Troy is already in ruins. Compared with several ancient cities in front, the damage is more serious and the viewing is not strong, but the history is very worthy of interpretation. The
Turk built to remember the history and imitated this huge Trojan horse. In fact, it is a large building with a shape like a horse. There is a huge staircase at the bottom for visitors to climb. On the platform of the Trojan, Looking across the plains of Troy.
At the beginning of the twelfth century BC, Mycenae formed a coalition with the Greek city-states and crossed the sea to expedite Troy. The war lasted for ten years. It was known as the "Troy War" and Troy was famous. The city became a ruin in the war, and Homer's epic "Iliad" described the war. According to legend, the city of Troy was finally attacked by the Greeks with a "trojan". There are 9 periods in the ancient city of
Troy. The route of the tour is also from these 9 periods, but the damage is more serious. These laymen are difficult to identify and can only be discriminated by digital cards.