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Gordion AVM Alışveriş Merkezi - Gordion AVM

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Gordion AVM’de çocuklar Vadaa Moda Atölyesi ile keyifli anlar geçiriyor! DEVAMINI OKU →

Gordium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Gordium (Greek: Γόρδιον, Górdion; Turkish: Gordiyon) was the capital city of ancient Phrygia. It was located at the site of modern Yassıhüyük, about 70 ...

The Gordion Archaeological Project - digitalGordion

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Friends of Gordion. The Friends of Gordion is an organization of persons who are interested in Gordion, the Phrygians, and archaeology in Turkey.

Gordion - Phrygian capital in Turkey - About Archaeology

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Definition: Gordion (Yassihöyük in Turkish) was, according to ancient history, the capital of the Phrygian Kingdom during the eighth century BC.

Gordion - Phrygian capital and King Midas' Grave Photo ...

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In June 2012 I went to Gordion, visiting it from nearby Polatlı, which I also show on some pictures. I now show the pictures of the museum at the Gordion site, with ...

Gordion (Turkey, Europe): Address, Ancient Ruin Reviews ...

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Gordion, Turkey: See 22 reviews, articles, and 47 photos of Gordion, ranked No.1,048 on TripAdvisor among 2,969 attractions in Turkey.

Gordion - UNESCO World Heritage Centre

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Justification of Outstanding Universal Value. Gordion was the political and cultural capital of the Phrygians, an important people of antiquity.

Gordian Knot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Gordian Knot is a legend of Phrygian Gordium associated with Alexander the Great. It is often used as a metaphor for an intractable problem (disentangling an ...

Gordion (Gordium) - All About Turkey

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Gordion (Gordium) and the Mausoleum of king Midas is located in the central part of Anatolia, modern Turkey.

Gordion - Penn Arts & Sciences

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New! Walking Tours around Gordion Download webpages to your electronic device, or bring a printout of the pdf; wifi will not be available out in the field.