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Phrygian Road – Frig Yolu

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How wonderful to walk step by step on the history and appreciate it. This road convey 8th century BC to today. According to historians the ruins of Gordion and Midas City prove that Phrygia had developed an advanced Bronze age culture.

Homer has a reference of Phrygians  in his book Illiad.

The Phrygian Way was an ancient name for Anatolia covering the present day provinces of Afyonkarahisar, Ankara, Eskişehir and Kütahya. Today, with The 506 km standard white red signed route, trekkers 👣 and cyclers  🚲 can enjoy with the traces of Phrygian civilisation and the natural beauties of the Phrygian valleys.

If you are 1⃣ of the many ancient history lovers 🎯, you will enjoy your time to experience beauty. 

You can find more info about the road from http://www.frigyolu.com/

17 responses to “Phrygian Road – Frig Yolu”

  1. FlySoulmates Official

    This place is on my bucket list. Thanks for sharing this post

  2. Looks like a fascinating place to explore and take pictures!

  3. Cassandra – I'm a single mom of 5 amazing children, travel blogger and rock star virtual assistant.

    Wow your pics are amazing

  4. This is so nice that you have shared this with me, love the pictures.

  5. Lovely place, love your photos

  6. Great post loved your photos.

  7. Miss Know a Little – I’m Dainya and I’m the blogger behind “Miss know a little”. Here on my blog, I share honest encouragement…

    I absolutely love love love these pictures…I never heard the name of that place before and I cant even pronounce it…hahah, I;d visit there though. Thanks for sharing.

    My latest blog post: http://missknowalittle.com/travel/top-5-places-i-want-to-visit-in-2019/

  8. Jubilee Hernandez – Jubilee. 26. Explorer At Heart. Book Lover. Yoga. Finding Magic in the Everyday.

    I would love to visit! Beautiful pictures!

  9. Great post! Thanks for sharing!

  10. Gorgeous images. Great content.

  11. Great pictures. Looks like a great place to visit. Our planet has so many amazing sites.

  12. Lovely photos! Its obvious that you had a great time.

  13. Amazing place. Hope you enjoy it in your visit.

  14. You just made me add this place to my travel list!

  15. panushwari – Poorna Banerjee writes about food, travel and lifestyle and reviews products on her blog.

    Loved the photos. History is so fascinating!

  16. I’ve never heard this before. Thanks for the info. 👍

  17. Great pictures and a lovely post!

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