Ephesus (via Ancient Greece, Sparta, Troy)

8 Best Archaeological Sites of the World (which are not so known)

Marble paved street of Curetes in the ancient town of Ephesus, Turkey. (One of my absolute favorite places I've ever visited - so surreal)

This...is...SPARTA!!   No seriously, this is Sparta. Ancient Ruins of Sparta. - Erin

One thing the spartans learned from me was not to mess wit dem "funnyman dem" Ancient Ruins of Sparta

Mystras, Greece. Build with the stones of ancient Sparta (LOVE this place)

Mystras-Peloponnese, Greece reveals the full legacy of the Christian Byzantine empire. The whole town is a Byzantine museum in itself with remains of churches and monasteries that are hundreds of years old.

Mystras, Sparta, Greece. A UNESCO World Heritage Site #famfinder

Sparta: It was a prominent city-state in ancient Greece, situated on the banks of the Eurotas River in Laconia, in south-eastern Peloponnese. It emerged as a political entity around the century BC. It was a militaristic polis ruled by an oligarchy.

Bronze Greek Helmet,Ancient Corinthian Helmet,Metal Sculpture,Ancient Greece Armor Helmet,Larp Helmet,Cosplay Helmet,Greece Аntique Аrmor

Greek Helmet Ancient Corinthian Helmet Greek Spartan Helmet Ancient Greece Armor Helmet Larp Helmet Cosplay Helmet Greece Antique Аrmor Mask

Leonidas statue in Sparta. Sparta was a prominent city-state in Ancient Greece. Given its military pre-eminence, Sparta was recognized as the overall leader of the combined Greek forces during the Greco-Persian Wars. Between 431 and 404 B.C., Sparta was the principal enemy of Athens.

Leonidas statue in Greece. Sparta was a prominent city-state in Ancient Greece. Their entire culture was based around war.

Archaeological Site of Mystras (UNESCO) - Peloponnese, Greece - just after Sparta before Kalamata

Greece Travel Inspiration - Archaeological Site of Mystras (UNESCO) - Peloponnese, Greece - just after Sparta before Kalamata

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