The temple we see here is in Patara, in southern Turkey, but there are many like it. For those interested, I have marked its exact location in the location field of the information on this video, although I confess that I have no idea how anyone but me can see this datum.
Before people point it out, may I get in first that the sheep are eating grass only, but other plants as well? Also, yes, it is odd that we can hear so many bells and yet see so few.
For those of you puzzled as to the identity and relevance of Johnny Morris, I offer this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAILTQLI5oY
I wonder how many sheep met their ends in front of this temple over the years.
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