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  1. Asel
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    Türkiyede bulunan efsaneler ingilizce dilinde








    TÜRKİYEDE BULUNAN EFSANELER

    Ağlayan Kaya-Niobe

    Manisa'daki Ağlayan Kaya'nın Kral Tantalos'un kızı Niobe olduğuna inanılır Efsaneye göre Niobe'nin çocuklarının çokluğu tanrıça Leto'yu kıskandırır. Leto, çocukları Apollon ve Artemis'ten Niobe'nin cezalandırılmasını ister. Onlar da Niobe'nin çocuklarını öldürür. 12 çocuğunu kaybeden Niobe büyük bir acıya kapılır. Baştanrı Zeus bu durumuna son vermek için onu taş haline getirir. Niobe'nin acısı dinmez ve o gün bugündür kayadan gözyaşları süzülür.

    Keşişin Bahçesi

    Kerem ile Aslı'nın hikâyesini bilmeyen yok gibidir. İsfahan Padişahı'nın oğlu Kerem, keşişin kızı Aslı'yavurulur. Ancak iki genç din farkı yüzünden bir türlü kavuşamazlar Dilden dile anlatılan bu efsanenin geçtiği yer Ağrı'nın Doğubeyazıt ilçesindedir "Keşişin Bahçesi" vaha görünümünde büyük bir konaklama yeridir. Ayrıca hemen üzerinde bulunan tarihi İshak Paşa Sarayı yurtiçi ve yurtdışından ziyaretçileri ağırlar.

    Cennet Ve Cehennem

    "Cennet ve cehennem bu dünyadadır" diyenler mutlaka Silifke'ye gitmeliler Cennet obruğunun girişinde 5. yüzyılda yapılan bir kilise vardır. Cehennem çukurunun ürkütücü görüntüsünü ise ilginç bir efsane tamamlar: Zeus, alevler kusan yüz başlıejderha Typhon'u yendikten sonra, onu Etna Yanardağı'nın altına sonsuza kadar kapatmadan önce 120 metrelik korkunç Cehennem çukurunda hapseder

    Amazonların Adası

    Kıyıya 2.5 kilometre uzaklıkta bulunan 40 bin metrekarelik Giresun Adası, Karadeniz'in tek adası olmanın yanı sıra Amazonlar'ın yaşadığı ada olarak da bilinir. Her yıl 20 Mayıs'ta yapılan şenliklerde tekne turları düzenlenen ada ilginç bir ritüele de ev sahipliği yapar: Ana tanrıça Kybele'yi temsil eden üç ayaklı "Hamza Taşı"nın altından geçen Giresunlular soylarının devam edeceğine inanır.


    Niobe
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    This article is about the daughter of Tantalus. For other uses, see Niobe (disambiguation).

    The Weeping Rock in Mount Sipylus, Manisa, Turkey, has been associated with Niobe's legend since AntiquityNiobe (Νιόβη) was a daughter of Tantalus and of either Dione, the most frequently cited, or of Eurythemista or Euryanassa, and she was the sister of Pelops and Broteas, all of whom figure in Greek mythology.

    Her father was the ruler of a city called either under his name, as "Tantalis"or "the city of Tantalus", or as "Sipylus", in reference to Mount Sipylus at the foot of which his city was located and whose ruins were reported to be still visible in the beginning of the 1st century ADalthough few traces remain today Her father is referred to as "Phrygian" and sometimes even as "King of Phrygia although his city was located in the western extremity of Anatolia where Lydia was to emerge as a state before the beginning of the first millennium BC, and not in the traditional heartland of Phrygia, situated more inland. References to his son and Niobe's brother as "Pelops the Lydian" led some scholars to the conclusion that there would be good grounds for believing that she belonged to a primordial house of Lydia.

    She was already mentioned in Homer's Iliad which relates her prideful hubris, for which she was punished by Leto, who sent Apollo and Artemis, with the loss of all her children, and her nine days of abstention from food during which time her children lay unburied. Once the gods interred them, she retreated to her native Sipylus, "where Nymphs dance around the River Acheloos, and although being a stone, she broods over the sorrows sent from the Gods". Later writers asserted that Niobe was wedded to Amphion, one of the twin founders of Thebes, where there was a single sanctuary where the twin founders were venerated, but in fact no shrine to Niobe

    Cennet and Cehennem

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    Cennet and Cehennem are situated next to each other. Cennet is situated at WikiMiniAtlas
    36°27′09″N 34°6′20″E / 36.4525°N 34.10556°E / 36.4525; 34.10556 Cehennem on the other hand is at WikiMiniAtlas
    36°27′16″N 34°6′21″E / 36.45444°N 34.10583°E / 36.45444; 34.10583 . Both of them are in the rural area of Silifke district which in turn is a part of Mersin Province. They are accessible by a 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) all season open road from the main high way (D 400) . The highway distances are 22 kilometres (14 mi) to Silifke and 67 kilometres (42 mi) to Mersin. They are close to Narlıkuyu coastal town.

    Top opening of Cennet is 250 x 110 m2 ( 820 x 360 ft2 ) and its average dept is 70 metres (230 ft). It is possible to reach the bottom of Cennet by a primitive staircase composed of 300 steps. At the bottom towards south, there is a smaller and 150 steps deeper cave. In this cave are the ruins of a monastery built in the 5th century by a certain Paulus and dedicated to Virgin Mary. In this monastery one can hear the sound of a small underground stream from the monastery to the gulf of Narlıkuyu

    Cehennem is a deeper sinkhole with a depth of 128 metres (420 ft). But its top opening is smaller with dimensions 70 x 50 m2 ( 210 x 150 ft2 ) . More over, the upper edge of the opening is concave. So, it is impossible to reach the bottom of Cehennem.

    In mythology, Zeus kept Typhon temporarily in Cehennem before imprisoning him under Mount Etna.(see Corycian Cave)


    Amazons

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    The Amazons (Ancient Greek: Ἀμαζόνες, Amazónes, singular Ἀμαζών, Amazōn) are a nation of all-female warriors in Greek mythology and Classical antiquity. Herodotus placed them in a region bordering Scythia in Sarmatia (modern territory of Ukraine). Other historiographers place them in Asia Minor or Libya.

    Notable queens of the Amazons are Penthesilea, who participated in the Trojan War, and her sister Hippolyta, whose magical girdle, given to her by her father Ares, was the object of one of the labours of Hercules. Amazonian raiders were often depicted in battle with Greek warriors in amazonomachies in classical art.

    The Amazons have become associated with various historical peoples throughout the Roman Empire period and Late Antiquity. In Roman historiography, there are various accounts of Amazon raids in Asia Minor. From the Early Modern period, their name has become a term for woman warriors in general.








  2. Hakim
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    Türkiye de bir çok efsane olduğu söylenir bu efsanelerin ortaya gelme amaçları araştırıldığı zaman her birinin arkasında mutlaka anlamlı bir hikaye olduğu ortaya çıkmaktadır.




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