Efes (Ephesus) Mosaics

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Friday 16 October, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Not everyone respects or loves the ancient artifacts, relics and antiquities that we find all around this part of the world. Some are just indifferent and “can’t see the attraction”, whilst some of us love to spend hours traipsing around half-buried ancient cities. And then there are some who just live there… like this adorable young feline explorer keeping the ancient mosaics clean at Efes (Ephesus) 😀

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7 thoughts on “Efes (Ephesus) Mosaics

  1. Josephine approves of the young “whisker-snapper”.

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  2. dayphoto says:

    I would LOVE to traipse around and study your countries artifacts!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  3. […] By Uncle Spike Not everyone respects or loves the ancient artifacts, relics and antiquities that we find all around Source: Efes (Ephesus) Mosaics […]

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  4. janegundogan says:

    I like a cat who is trying to better themselves with learning about art and history. Sophisti-cat-ion!

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  5. Love your mosaics .. and that is some fine ginger kitty 😀

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