Blaundus was a Greek city founded during the Hellenistic period in Asia Minor, present day Anatolia , Turkey.
This city was founded by Macedonians who came with the army of Alexander the Great in the 3rd century BC.Located on a peninsula surrounded by deep valleys, the important structures of the city include a castle, temples, theatre, stadium and rock tombs.Anatolia’s Stonehenge in all its glory.
Access : Coordinates: 38.356944, 29.208889 / Location : Ulubey, Uşak Province, Turkey
- The ancient city of Blaundus, located within the borders of Sülümenli village in Ulubey district, 40 km away from Uşak province. It is registered as a 1st degree protected area.
- Some ruins of the city have survived to the present day. The entrance gate arch of the northern walls built during the Hellenistic period, mint sections, administrative buildings, some parts of the city walls, the Ionian style temple located in the middle of the city and the temple of the Roman Emperor Claudius, and the stadium with seating levels on only one side can be given as examples.
Go next : Ulubey , a town in Uşak Province in the inner Aegean Region of Turkey.