Odysseus left Troy after the city fell. Since that happened several thousand years ago and the event was not recorded in written form until several hundred years later, an exact date is not possible. Troy VIIa has become the most likely candidate for the city whose destruction is described in Homer's Iliad. It was destroyed by fire around 1180 BC. Troy VI, which was believed by many during much of the 20th century to be Homer's Troy, was destroyed, probably by earthquake, in 1275 BC
The city Troy was destroyed in the Trojan War; its ruins have been located along the coast of what is now called Turkey in Asia Minor.Another angle:Troy Level VI.
Troy was defeated and destroyed in the Trojan war.
I believe Odysseus destroyed the city of troy
Arkimidis was the Greek hero that destroyed Troy
The answer to this question is the City of Troy.
It is the launching place of Odysseus on his extended voyage home to Ithaca after Troy was destroyed.
Sadly the Wall of Troy was destroyed during the War of Troy...The Troy was rediscovered by Shliman, German Archeologyst...He foud Troy in todays Turkey...The walls were not so high as described in Homer's Iliad...
It was destroyed by the Greeks.