Scenic view of ancient Pergamon ruins in Turkey, highlighting historical architecture.

 Acropolis of Pergamon

  • Hamzalısüleymaniye, 35700 Bergama/İzmir, Türkiye

The Acropolis of Pergamon, an ancient city in Turkey’s Aegean region, stands as a testament to the Hellenistic Age’s architectural and cultural prowess. Perched atop a hill, it offers breathtaking views and a rich historical tapestry, including the Altar of Zeus, the Temple of Trajan, and the world-renowned Pergamon Library, once a major intellectual hub. The steep theatre, carved into the hillside, showcases the ingenuity of ancient engineering. Pergamon’s strategic location and its blend of Greek and Roman influences make it a fascinating site for history enthusiasts and casual visitors alike.