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State Agora, Selcuk
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  • We continue our tour of Ephesus and at this time, we arrive at the ancient city of Ephesus Square. Quite a large square. Of course now I don't have much but so once upon a time, this is also the city's pre-eminent think.
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  • You are amazed by the magnitude and dimensions of the ancient city and specifically the square Agora. This central square, where around were office buildings and shopping malls. There were major events city. Walking on the streets of the ancient city, did not leave the idea that would be great as it was at the time machine to return to the era of dawn of Ephesus, what would plainly see the life firsthand.
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  • There was the Commercial Agora, with its shops, near the library of Celsus and the State Agora, for business and meetings of rulers, at the East entrance. It was built in the time of Alexander the great. The ruins are the ruins of restoration is made at the time of Marcus Aurelius, who succeeded Alexander. Excavations have found traces of a necropolis and the water reservoir.
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