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Troy (Turkey)

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==Do==
Climbing up the ladders of (fake, re-constructed) Trojan horse in the entrance of the site is an inevitable part of Troy experience. Better do it on weekdays as the ladders (and the interior of the horse itself) may be crowded at weekends by schoolchildren on a schooltrip (a situation which makes climbing up and down those steep stairs rather unpleasent). Winter is a fantastic time to visit Troy, as there are very few tourists around and you may even get the fake horse to yourself.
*<do name="Sightseeing" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="5323564704" url="http://www.precisetours.com/itinerary/Gallipoli-and-Troy-Tour.html" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">The first excavations at the archaeological site of [http://www.precisetours.com/itinerary/Gallipoli-and-Troy-Tour.html Troy] were undertaken in 1870. In scientific terms, its extensive remains are the most significant demonstration of the first contact between the civilizations of Anatolia and the Mediterranean world. Moreover, the siege of Troy by Spartan and Achaean warriors from Greece in the 13th or 12th century B.C., immortalized by Homer in the Iliad, has inspired great creative artists throughout the world ever since.</do>
 
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