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The Brothel of Ephesus
The Brothel of Ephesus
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
At the corner of two of Ephesus’ biggest streets, Marble Road and Curetes Street, lies the Brothel. Although being one of the more illicit attractions in the ancient city, there are some very interesting sights that accompany it
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Temple of Artemis
Temple of Artemis
Atatürk, Park İçi Yolu No:12, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
The temple of Artemis is one of the seven wonders of the ancient world. It was built on an area of Ephesus, which over centuries has turned into a swamp. Only the foundations and few columns of the ruins remain on site with the most
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Ephesus Basilica
Ephesus Basilica
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
The Ephesus Basilica was a major meeting place for the local community during the Roman era of the city. Though only pieces of the ancient columns remain, three rows of these once held up a wooden roof at the north end of the State Agora
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Ephesus Latrines
Ephesus Latrines
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
One of the more odd attractions of the city of Ephesus, the Latrines are quite impressive for the architecture, design, and technology they employed. Built-in the 1st century as an addition to the Scholastica Baths, the Latrines were a
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Ephesus Prytaneion
Ephesus Prytaneion
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
The Prythaneion was the religious and municipal heart of ancient Ephesus. Built-in the 3rd century BC, this city hall housed senior officials, received foreign dignitaries, held the state archives, but most importantly, held the sacred
Scholastic Baths
Scholastic Baths
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
The Scholastica Baths were one of the centres of aristocratic social life in ancient Ephesus. Built in the 1st century on the north side of Curetes Street and was later repaired in the 4th century by a the Christian aristocrat
Cave of the Seven Sleepers (Ashab Al
Cave of the Seven Sleepers (Ashab Al-Kahf)
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
According to legend, during the period when polytheist religion was dominant, seven young men who believed in Christianity took shelter in a cave escaping from the pressure of pagan king. Soldiers who found the cave closed the entrance of
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Remnant of Ayasuluk Hill
Remnant of Ayasuluk Hill
İsa Bey mahallesi, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
Aysuluk (Selçuk) began to appear as a settlement after the construction of Church of St. John in the 5th century A.D. A castle was built on Aysuluk Hill by Byzantine after Ephesus losing its importance. Current name Selçuk, it was taken
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Church of Virgin Mary
Church of Virgin Mary
Acarlar, Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
Church of Mary across the ruins of Byzantine bath near the other entrance of the Ephesus in the north is the first church on behalf of Virgin Mary in Anatolia. It was a Basilica built in 2nd century A.D. before the church
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Harbor street
Harbor street
Efes Antik Kenti Acarlar , Efes Harabeleri 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
Harbor Street is the grand boulevard of Ephesus, leading from the city’s now dry port to the Grand Theater. Built-in the 1st century BC, this street received travellers from throughout the Roman Empire, from common sailors and
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Grand Theatre
Grand Theatre
Acarlar , Efes Harabeleri 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
Grand Theater, one of the well-protected buildings in Ephesus is seen in the north of Marble Street. Ruins of the theater, which was in here in the Hellenistic period and still can be seen today, were started to be built in Emperor
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Celsius Library
Celsius Library
Acarlar , Efes Harabeleri, 35920 Selçuk/İzmir
Celsius Library, rebuilt with its magnificent facade, is located at the end of the Kuretler Street. Construction of this building was started on death of Gaius Celcus Polemaeanus the proconsul (supreme commander) of State of Asia by his
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