Magical Ephesus

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Ephesus  is the second  best preserved ancient  Roman city in the World. The ancient city used to be  the capital of Asia Minor; the most important commercial center of western Anatolia; one of the seven churches of Christianity in Asia Minor; the city where Saint Paul preached, practiced miracles  and stayed for his three years missionary.

Library of Celsus is an ancient Roman building Ephesus ancient Greek city Selcuk, Turkey

Didyma modern city Apollo temple stands adjacent Didymaion, ancient prophecy center. Visitors will follow the Sacred Way to Didyma. Didyma, even before the Ionian colonization in the seventeenth century was regarded as sacred.

Didyma modern city Apollo temple stands adjacent Didymaion, ancient prophecy center. Visitors will follow the Sacred Way to Didyma. Didyma, even before the Ionian colonization in the seventeenth century was regarded as sacred.

Apollon Tapınağı - Temple Of Apollon şu şehirde: Yenihisar, Aydın

Apollon Tapınağı - Temple Of Apollon şu şehirde: Yenihisar, Aydın

İzmir Şirince Köyü

Explore Ephesus and Şirince, and gain insight into thousands of years of rich Turkish history on this private full-day tour from Kusadasi. Explore the UNESCO World Heritage–listed city of Ephesus with a private guide and marvel at the ancient stonewo

St. John The Baptist Church şu şehirde: Selçuk, İzmir

John The Baptist Church şu şehirde: Selçuk, İzmir

Meryem Ana Kilisesi şu şehirde: Selçuk, İzmir

Church of the Virgin Mary

House of the Virgin

Ephesus Tour from Izmir Port. Izmir shore excursion starts as you make your way from the Izmir cruise port to Ancient city of Ephesus.

St. Jean Basilica (Aziz Yahya) Kilisesi şu şehirde: Selçuk, İzmir

Basilica of St.

Ephesus Archeological Museum şu şehirde: Selçuk, İzmir

See 36 photos and 1 tip from 296 visitors to Ephesus Archeological Museum.