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Really fascinating and unique story of the catastrophic ground elevation after the earthquake in 365 AD. - The on-location information could have been better and an Android app would provide a better experience also for those who do not use the iPhone.
Well not much left to see of the once powerful port city. One has to drive through a dirt road to get there. Interesting fact the city was destroyed by an earthquake which lifted it 6 meters higher than the sea level....Interesteng for people having...More
An interesting place. I think is worth to visit even for a short time.
I am a bit into archeologie and I have interest in history.So this place was for me.
However it could been more interesting with detail description and completed pictures on spots....More
The ancient site of Falasarna was thought to be a whole town, although excavations have so far been restricted mostly to the impressive harbour (c 300BC), some bath houses, a winery, an ancient road & several houses. It's a low-key place, with a (mostly) unused...More
That was my 3rd visit over the years still there is lots to be done to reconstruct the ancient city harbour. It's 1.5 km from the last cafe so avoid walking in the heat. It's open 10 to 3 Tuesday to Friday. Entry is free...More
It's surprisingly interesting. Look at the site close your eyes and see it how it was. A city as yet only partially excavated, a pirate lair destroyed by the Romans.
The old mooring stones with cable holes after thousands of years despite an earth tremor...More
Very vast area full of ruins. The ruins are basically just piled of rock but some of them do form a partial structure , you have to use your imagination to figure out what it looked like 1000s of years ago. However , it had...More