Selcuk Things to Do

  • Selcuk - Pillar of Artemis
    Selcuk - Pillar of Artemis
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  • Ephesus Museum - Efes Muzesi

    by denizkizi Written Oct 3, 2006

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    There are articafts from Mycenaean, Archaic, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine and Turkish times. One of the most important and richest museum in Turkey.

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    The walls

    by Diana75 Updated Mar 29, 2006

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    St. John Basilica

    The basilica was surrounded by rampant walls.

    The walls have been built for protecting the Basilica against the Arabian assaults in the 7th - 8th centuries AD.

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    The baptistery

    by Diana75 Updated Mar 29, 2006

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    St. John Basilica

    The baptistery of the Basilica was built in the 5th century AD.

    The remains of the original baptistery can be found on the north side of the nave.

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    The basilica model

    by Diana75 Updated Mar 29, 2006

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    The basilica model

    The monumental Basilica had the shape of a cross and was covered by six smaller domes placed around the central dome.

    A model of the basilica, in its original form, is placed on the site.

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    Ephesus off course

    by gonzo747 Updated Mar 10, 2006

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    One off he main tourist attractions of the area (or of the whole of turkey) is Ephesus. This ruined ancient city is still very well preserved.

    Entrance fee is 10 YTL

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    • Historical Travel

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    Sirence---Roadside Horses

    by pabertra Written Nov 18, 2004

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    Horses Grazing

    Right as I entered into Sirence I saw these 2 horses wondering and feeding on the side of the road. Thought it was the perfect picture to capture the rural feel of Sirence.

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    priene,less visited than ephesus,but very nice...

    by cbeaujean Updated Nov 14, 2004

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    priene,athena temple

    40km from selcuk
    greek millenary city seated in a landscape really amazing:a cliff as setting and a view on the plain...

    if interested,MORE ABOUT AMAZING PRIENE,visiting my page "GULLUBAHCE"

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    • Archeology

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    In Efes Musuem--Bust of Marcus Aurelis

    by pabertra Written Oct 30, 2004

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    Bust of Marcus Aurelis

    Inside the Efes Museum is this spectacular bust of the Emperor Marcus Aurelis.

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    Curetes Way, Ephesus

    by MalenaN Updated Apr 29, 2004

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    Walking down Curetes Way you will in the end get an impressive view of the library. But along the way there are places you should not miss, like the Temple of Hadrian and the men's toilets.

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