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Ancient City of Ephesus, Selcuk
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See the ruins of the Greek Ancient City of Ephesus, home to the famous Temple of Artemis, named one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. This city was built in the 10th century BCE by Attic and Ionian Greek colonists and came under Roman rule in 129 BCE, when it flourished as one of the largest cities in the Empire. Explore this ancient archeological site entirely on foot, marvel at the spectacular facade of its library, and enjoy the proximity to other tourist attractions. Make Ancient City of Ephesus a centerpiece of your Selcuk vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Selcuk vacation planner.
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  • Even I don't like history here if you consider ... Listening to that period and at that time it was to imagine yourself a unique experience ...
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  • just visiting on your own and reading your guide book is not enough. just take a professional guide. they explain everything much more detailed and with care. from this site i specially remember the f...  more »
  • it was amazing to walk the original Roman roads through this ancient city and to marvel at the structures that still survive today. I liked the authenticity of the ruins, not much re-constructed. Brin...  more »