Reading the Cape Gazette on the Trojan horse

July 18, 2020
Reading the Cape Gazette on the Trojan horse while waiting to enter the classical city of Troy In early spring, Mike Kelly of Lewes visited Turkey. He toured Istanbul, visiting the Blue Mosque and St. Sophia, the Byzantine Basilica and the Spice Market. Then it was on to Kusadasi where he visited the ancient Greek city, Ephesus. While waiting to go into the classical city of Troy, Mike read the latest edition of the Gazette on the Trojan horse. The horse was constructed by the Greeks to gain entrance into Troy during the Trojan War. Troy is the 4,000 year old city made immortal by Homer’s epic poem “Iliad”. Mike explored many other cities in the Middle East, but Troy was his favorite.

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