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  • 1. Curettes Road

    It is the small portion of the sacred way, running between the Celsus Library and the Hercules Gate. It took its name from the class of priests referred to as "curettes" in long lists found at the...

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  • 2. History

    The ancient city occupies the territory of several square kilometers. You can see the map of the Ancient city and the typical way of excursion (green color) on the picture. This place became known...

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  • 3. Grand Theatre

    The most magnificent structure in Ephesus ancient city, the great Theatre is located on the slope of Panayir Hill, opposite the Harbor Street, and easily seen when entering from the south entrance to...

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  • 4. Celsus Library

    The Celsus Library, whose facade has been carefully reconstructed from all original pieces, was built ca. 125 B.C.E. by Gaius Julius Aquila in memory of his father C.Celsus - the General Governor of...

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  • 5. Statue of a warrior

    This statue was discovered ner the Fountain of Pollio in front of the Temple of Domitian. The Warrior had held a sword and shield in his left hand, not sure...

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  • 6. Ephesus Ancient City and Museum

    Ephesus Ancient City:Location: 3 km from Selcuc.Open hours 8.30-18.30, in winter 8.30-17.30.Admission fee 20 TRY ($15).Ephesus Museum, Efes MüzesiLocation;...

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  • 7. Short visit to Ephesus

    hello there ,well if you like to keep your tour short and only see the main attractions , you need to skip Virgin Mary House and St.John Basilica.These are not...

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  • 8. theatre

    The theatre I had a chance of testing something amazing in the theatre in ephesus. ITs the acoustic design of the place. If a person standing in the...

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  • 9. Commercial Agora

    Being the most important trade center of Ephesus, Agora was built in the third century B.C in the Hellenistic Period, but the ruins date from the reign of...

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  • 10. Scholastica Baths

    The ruins behind the Hadrian Temple are the largest baths found in Ephesus, the baths of Scholastica. The construction of the baths dates to the first century,...

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  • 11. Temple of Hadrian

    It is one of the best preserved and most beautiful structures on Curetes Street. It was built before 138 A.D by P.Quintilius and was dedicated to the Emperor...

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  • 12. Marble Street

    It is the road starting form the great theatre to the Celsus Library, which is the portion of the sacred way that leads past Panayirdagi to the Temple of...

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  • 13. THE HISTORY OF EPHESUS

    If you would like to know more about this special place, or you are interested to find out about the history of Ephesus before you visit, then log on to this...

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  • 14. choose your entry gate:from the top or the bottom?

    UP:you visit the whole site going down... with a lot of noisy groupsDOWN:you cross the city as a tourist of the ancient times just disembarking at the...

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  • 15. Now, Head to Selcuk

    Now that you have toured Ephesus, head to Selcuk and visit the town. Don't forget to stop by the Ephesus Muzesi! For more information visit my Selcuk page.

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  • 16. Get a shoe - shine !!

    Get a shoe-shine, it is big fun for the tourists and sometimes the only way to make money in a legal way for these children.Lets hope they attend school...

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  • 17. The ruins

    You can't expect the buldings to last forever, especially with the harsh nature and the wars. Ephesus was hardly hit by floods and earthquakes, but still it...

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  • 18. Archaeology and history

    Among the most famous cities of the ancient world, Ephesus was one of the biggest during the Roman era. A treasury of all the riches of Ionian culture, Ephesus...

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  • 19. The commercial agora

    Is the space at the right of the Library. You can enter through the Gate of Augustus. The agora was a 110-metresquare commercial area where food and craftwork...

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  • 20. The Hadrian Temple

    Following Curates Street you will find this little temple on a side of the road. It was built in the 2nd century AD. There is a inscription saying that the...

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  • 21. Efes / Ephesus is an ancient...

    Efes / Ephesus is an ancient city. Magnificient in a word! It's famous for ancient Library of Celsus(breathtaking!), One of the 7 wonders of the world- Temple...

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  • 22. Head of Eros

    This marble head was found in the vicinity of the Odean. The rest of the statue to date has not yet been recovered

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  • 23. Priapos or God Bes

    This little statue was found during excavations of the brothel. It is a figurine of baked clay which is the notorius phallic symbol of Ephasus

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  • 24. Eros and the Dolphin

    This was discovered near the Fountain of Trajan. Eros is mounted on the Dolphin, one of the great pieces that cn be seen at the Museum of Ephesus

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  • 25. Bring it on!!

    Come on..I said draw!! What are you waiting for? It will be the last thing for you to do :)) Yehaw..

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