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Pioneer Museum of Alabama

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Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: 248 U.S. Highway 231 North, Troy, AL 36081

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I have always been curious about what kind of place Troy is. When I suddenly came to Turkey, when the ruins of the ancient city of Troy were displayed in front of my eyes, I found that the story was more exciting than the scene. Homer’s epic Trojan War took place around the 15th century BC. This branch is a branch of the ancient Greeks, known as the Akayas, who migrated from the Balkans to the central and southern parts of the ancient Greek peninsula, where they established the first slave country—the Kingdom of Mycenae. In the 12th century BC, the Mycenaean Kingdom clashed with countries along the southwest coast of Asia Minor in order to compete for maritime supremacy. The most famous of these was the Trojan War. The 10-year Trojan War consumed a lot of vitality of Mycenae and made this once glorious country riddled with defects. A war brought down a civilization! Even more exaggerated is that the fuse of the war is for a woman! What a sigh!


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