Didyma Things to Do

  • This column was actually never raised
    This column was actually never raised
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    The supports for the column pieces still...
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  • Sacred Way as it enters into Didyma
    Sacred Way as it enters into Didyma
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    Consulting the Oracle

    by sandysmith Updated Feb 21, 2004

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    Didyma Oracle

    The reputation of the oracle was well known throughout Greece and surpassed that of the one at Delphi.

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    Milet. Bouleterion

    by SirRichard Written Dec 13, 2002

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    You can start the visit by the theatre, then go to the western agora, the Ionic Stoa and continue by the eastern agora.

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    Milet. Theatre

    by SirRichard Written Dec 13, 2002

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    This is the first monument you see when arriving, as it is very close to the main road. When Milet was a port it was by the water, but now the shoreline has moved some kilometres away...

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    Priene. Bouleterion

    by SirRichard Written Dec 13, 2002

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    Bouleterion was a kind of ancient senate. You can see the steps where the citizens used to seat to discuss about city matters.

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    Priene. Gymnasium

    by SirRichard Written Dec 13, 2002

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    You can still see here the central atrium surrounded by doric columns, where the sportmen used to train naked. It's in the lower part of the city, near the stadium.

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    Priene. Athena's Temple

    by SirRichard Written Dec 13, 2002

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    This was the most important temple of the city. Now there's only some ionic columns standing. The temple was finished during Alexandre the Great times.

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