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Hier, von den Thermen von Aizanoi aus, hat man einen guten Blick hinüber zum Zeustempel (unter der Sonne) und in die entgegengesetzte Richtung zum Theater mit dem davor liegenden Stadion. Heute kann man sich kaum vorstellen, welche Bedeutung dieser Ort zur Römerzeit gehabt haben muß.

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