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Private Tour: Pompeii Rail Tour from Sorrento with Family Tour Option
"Meet your private guide at Sorrento train station and set out on your private morning or afternoon trip.At the station catch the train to Pompeii (own expense) and admire the Bay of Naples as your guide shares tales about the Roman town and how it lay buried under ash for centuries after the devastating eruption of Mt Vesuvius in 79 AD.After a roughly 30-minute journ leave the train and walk to the Pompeii site entrance. Head inside (own expense) with your guide and enjoy a walking tour of the highlights.As you stroll listen avidly as your guide describes the rituals of daily life here and how 20000 of Pompeii’s citizens perished in the eruption. As this is a private tour talk to your guide about seeing more or less of any sites so they can tailor the itinerary to your particular interests.Walk down the well-preserved streets
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Private Tour: Pompeii Rail Tour from Sorrento with Family Tour Option
"Meet your private guide at Sorrento train station and set out on your private morning or afternoon trip.At the station catch the train to Pompeii (own expense) and admire the Bay of Naples as your guide shares tales about the Roman town and how it lay buried under ash for centuries after the devastating eruption of Mt Vesuvius in 79 AD.After a roughly 30-minute journ leave the train and walk to the Pompeii site entrance. Head inside (own expense) with your guide and enjoy a walking tour of the highlights.As you stroll listen avidly as your guide describes the rituals of daily life here and how 20000 of Pompeii’s citizens perished in the eruption. As this is a private tour talk to your guide about seeing more or less of any sites so they can tailor the itinerary to your particular interests.Walk down the well-preserved streets
From EUR43.00
 
Private Full-Day Cappadocia Tour Including Goreme Open Air Museum
"Meet your private guide during a morning pickup at your hotel in Cappadocia then enjoy fine views over the village of Esentepe on route to the Kaymakli Underground City — believed to date back as far as the 8th century BC.On arrival at the underground city explore with your private guide and discover winding tunnels and subterranean living quarters and imagine life in this amazing underground settlement.Head onward to local attractions such as Uçhisar Castle — a natural rocky outcrop used as a fortress during the Roman era — and Pigeon Valley where fine views over the Cappadocian countryside await. Next visit the UNESCO–listed Göreme Open-Air Museum once the monastery settlement of the first Christians in Cappadocia. During your tour
From EUR135.00

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The Temple of Apollo Is Southwest of the Forum

The central stairs of the Temple of Apollo rise between the middle front pillars (no longer here). Before this stands an altar .Onliy two pillars are standing as are parts of the body of the building....
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hquittner
Aug 27, 2014

Temple to the Fortunate Augustus

This temple is dedicated to Augustus, the first Emperor of Rome and was built by town official Marcus Tullius. Up the first set of steps was the altar, where offerings would have been made to the...
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Evenith666
Jan 19, 2010

Temple of Apollo

The Temple of Apollo is the oldest building in the forum, built by the Greeks who inhabited the site of Pompeii before the Romans. This is evident as it is not directly on the forum, but off-set from...
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Evenith666
Jan 17, 2010

Temple of Venus

As the Patron Goddess of Pompeii, Venus had the most beautifully decorated Temple in the City. It is not located in the forum, rather just outside it by the Marine Gate.Its Sacred Grove would have...
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Evenith666
Jan 17, 2010

Temple of Apollo

Amongst the numerous houses, villas and other buildings in Pompeii are a number of important temples devoted to the gods of Ancient Rome. One of these was the sprawling Temple of Apollo. It was...
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roamer61
May 05, 2009

Tempio di Iside

Behind the Odeion there is the Tempio di Iside (in English, Temple of Isis). It was built in pre Roman ages but it was rebuilt after the earthquake in 62 A.D. thanks to Popidius Celsinus. It is...
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Cristian_Uluru
Apr 02, 2009

Tempio di Apollo

The Tempio di Apollo (in Englis, Apollo's Temple) has got a courtyard completely surrounded by 48 columns. The temple was already built on a consecrate area to the cult of Apollo in the fourth century...
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Cristian_Uluru
Mar 29, 2009

Tempio di Venere

Tempio di Venere (in English, Temple of Venus) was built about 80 B.C. on an artificial terrace. It was in demolition after the 62 earthquake and nowdays you can see only few ruins of the temple: some...
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Cristian_Uluru
Mar 29, 2009

Tempio di Giove

The Tempio di Giove (in English, Jupiter's Temple) is located on the north side of the forum between two arches. It was built in the second century B.C.. It became the main temple of the town after...
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Cristian_Uluru
Mar 08, 2009

Tempio della Fortuna Augusta

The Tempio della Fortuna Augusta (in English, Temple of the August Fortune) was built in 3 B.C. to celebrate the emperor by Marco Tullio (a famous local duumviro) on his land. It was restored after...
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Cristian_Uluru
Jan 04, 2009

Tempio Dorico

The Tempio Dorico was built in 6 century BC in honor of Heracles and Minerva; it was modified among the 4 and the 2 century BC. Nowadays you can see only the plinth (28*21 meters) with a staircase in...
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Cristian_Uluru
Oct 12, 2008

Temple of apollo

The Temple of Apollo was constructed by the Samnites on a site where the Greeks are thought to have consecrated to Apollo's worship as early as the 5th century B.C.E. The sacred area and temple was...
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Aug 25, 2008
 
 
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Naib Hammam

Located in the shadow of the citadel on the north side, Naib Hammam was built in 1640. It has survived remarkably intact since it was constructed and in 2007 it underwent a restoration and has since...
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Tahmis Coffeehouse

Possibly one of the oldest still functioning coffeehouses in the world, Tahmis Kahvesi dates from 1637. It was built by Mustafa Aga bin Yousef adjacent to Bugday Hani (the Wheat Caravanserai), which...
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Zeugma Mosaic Museum

Referred to as the Monalisa of Turkey, this captivating portrait does keep her gaze at you whichever angle you are standing. It was named Gypsy Girl because of the hair style and head kerchief, but...
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Millet Hani

Millet Hani is yet another large caravanserai in Antep. It was built around 1869 by a certain Kasbar Kevork (probably Kevorkian), a member of the large community of trade-focused Armenians in the city...
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