Offical Guide Book
size: 21x11.5 cm
color map included
list price: £24.99
The book can be purchased in the following bookstores across Europe:
Amsterdam: Geografische Boekhandel Pied a Terre
Fevzi Çakmak-1 Sokak 22/2, Kızılay/ANKARA
Phone:+90 (312) 230 46 16 (after 2:00PM)
Kütahya: Üniversite Kitabevi
Bursa: ASA Kitabevi
Sönmez İş Sarayı Kitapçılar Çarşısı
Phone: +90 224 220 4074
Also the book can be purchased in the following locations on the Route:
Çukurca Village-Eskişehir (Route-2.18): MidasHan
Yazılıkaya-Eskişehir (Intersection of the Routes):Tutkun Kafeterya, phone:+90 531 341 8182
Ayazini Village-Afyonkarahisar (Route-1.8): Şefika Teyze'nin Yeri
Sabuncupınar Village-Kütahya (Route-2.2): Frig Evi(Phrygian House)
"Mr. Sari's interests in photography, hiking, and Phrygia really came together in an amazing way in the Phrygian Way cultural route project. I love the idea of the cultural routes - how fascinating to learn about civilizations across such spans in history, and to see it in its natural states and current cultural context amidst so much natural beauty and wildlife...and do so while hiking/really enjoying exercise and the outdoors! And the (guide) book is so professional and with so many little thought out details like the logo, tear out maps, icons, pictures, color coding...tons of organization and breadth of info...with fabulous information. It is an amazing job and an impressive endeavor!"
K. Carrie Armel (California, USA)
Bounded by the modern-day Turkish provinces of Ankara, Afyonkarahisar, Eskişehir, and Kütahya is the land that was once ruled by the Phrygians. Criss-crossing this land, where the Phrygians held sway at the beginning of the first millennium BCE, are countless old roads and footpaths. Following these tracks, and waymarked to international standards, the Phrygian Way is a long-distance walking and cycling route, allowing the visitor to explore not only the wonder of the Phrygian Valleys through which it passes, but also the countless Roman, Byzantine, and Seljuk monuments which dot its 506-km (314 miles) length.
This guide book has been prepared to enable the trekker or cyclist to discover the secrets of Phrygia, a kingdom bound up in tales of the legendary King Midas and the mother goddess Cybele. As well as providing general information on the area, the book gives detailed descriptions and directions for the route, GPS points, and camping or other accommodation possibilities along the Way.
All thats needed to make this journey into mysterious Phrygia, and to become a part of mythology itself is a backpack!Prepare to travel 3000 years into history!
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