I will attempt to climb a mountain this weekend!!!
Whether I can do this or not, trying to climb this mountain gives me a great excitement!
I know that even daily hiking or only one night staying under the stars 🌌will mean a lot to me and change my mood even the days after. They are great short-cut to mindfulness and direct flight ✈️from the regular life to entire immersion in atmosphere full of qualitatively different sounds 🎶🎵🐦and images🌲🌳🌻🌸🌼. More sunlight, more oxygen, more bird songs, more green and…ah, streams 💧and of course increased physical activity. What can boost serotonin better? 🤗All ticked in one without costing a fortune. This has a little bit extra in it. I have to admit that climbing a peak part thrills me a lot!! 😆😊
MAY YOU ALL HAVE EXCELLENT WEEKEND 💖
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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.
St. Pierre Church is an ancient cave church located just outside modern Antakya. You can observe Antakya from top of the hill where the church was located. Astonishingly beautiful natural site, full of olive trees, becomes even more striking with knowing its history and significance.
It was admitted as the F I R S T C A T H E D R A L O F T H E W O R L D !
“St. Pierre, to whom the church was dedicated, is the founder of the Antakya Church and the archpriest of the first Christian Community here and also the first Pope in the world. St. Pierre church and its surroundings played a significant role in the period of the early Christianity and expansion of the belief. The church is admitted as the first cathedral of the world and was announced as a place of pilgrimage by the Pope in 1963. Because of the building witnessed the first Christians and their meetings, it bears a unique importance.”https://whc.unesco.org/en/tentativelists/5613/
Zofia Ryzy’s Memorial House in Polonezköy. Typical Polish village house of its time keep its originality and open for public visit. It’s an indispensable history of Polenezköy and also a symbol for friendship in the Polish-Turkish relations.
I have just visited this authentic house on Sunday and happy to have been there 🙂