Erasmus teams is at our school
EKOLOGY cuisine: offering of the meals that are made of vegetables and herbs belong to our district
Tastes from our eology cusine.
Making pointing with blue beads.
The ancient city, named after Aphrodite, known as the goddess of love and beauty in mythology, is known for its use as a temple during Roman times. In the 1st century BC, the Roman emperor Augustus took the ancient city under special protection, and over the last 200 years, the city was brought to life with important works. It is known that the construction of the Temple of Aphrodite, which has survived to the present day, has taken more than 150 years. Additions to the Temple of Aphrodite continued in each new period, and the temple took its place in history as the place of pilgrimage for the members of polytheistic religion. After the transition to Christianity, the temple became a church. Being one of the best stadiums in the world and one of the most magnificent stadiums in the city, the Aphrodisias Stadium, which has a capacity of approximately 30 thousand people, a width of 50 meters and a length of 262 meters, is in the form of ellipse, was held in the time of athletics, folk dances and festivals.
Visiting ancient city Afrodisyas and museum.
Travelling to Pamukkale that is takeen under protection by Unesco.
Pamukkale,meaning”cotton castle”in Türkish,is a natural site in Denizli in southwestern Turkey.The area is famous for a carbonate mineral left by the following water.It is also known as a „spa town”since the Roman era,tourists travel to Pamukkale to relax in warm,soothing and therapeutic waters in the myriad spas.
The “Fuar Hayvanat Bahçesi”, which was the first zoo in Turkey was changed to be a wildlife park in 2008. The wildlife park has over 1,200 wild and tame animals including mammals, birds, reptiles, and endangered species. As soon as you enter the zoo, you are greeted and given a map of the zoo. With the help of the map you can begin to explore the zoo and observe the wide range of animals. The wildlife park is also a great place to bring your camera and hone your picture taking skill
The Izmir Bird Paradise, where 289 bird species live, covers around an 8,000-hectare area in the “Çiğli Çamaltı” Salt Marsh. Flamingos, Dalmatian Pelicans, Small White Herons, Grey Herons, Storks and Reed Harries are the most common bird species found in the bird paradise.The reeds, islands, peninsulas, and salt marsh pools in the Bird Paradise area create a favorable environment for the birds who live there. This area has more than 50 thousand birds go through it annually as it is a part of many birds’ migratory routes. Is is also an archeologicaly and naturaly preserved area. The park offers many perks like binoculars, bird viewing towers, bicycles, and a welcoming center to help you if needed.
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