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These stork nests, with adorable chicks, are built atop an ancient Roman aqueduct. Nature finds a use for everything. Selcuk is the modern city built near Ephesus. The stork clip is a segment from "What the Sultan Saw", highlighting the history of Turkey and Constantinople/Istanbul, featuring the Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman Empires, plus modern Turkey.
This free Intrepid Berkeley Explorer video tour of western and central Turkey stars the Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Cappadocia (land of scenic fairy chimneys), Ephesus (and other Roman cities), the Turkish Riviera, Turkish folk dancing and belly dancing, shopping for the magic flying carpet, and much more.
To enjoy all of this film, provided you have a high speed internet connection, please click on my video site:
With any modem you can view the still photo gallery of this trip at:
The planet is yours, including my Home Page giant galaxy of still pictures: