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Located just off the main high way and directly opposite the Terrace Houses, so very hard to miss. Its beautifully preserved and striking in its design.
Although it lacks some of the grandeur of the temples of Athens and Rome, it’s still a monument to...More
It is just one of the many beautiful structures in Ephesus, but a particularly stunning one. The elegance and sophistication of this facade is exquisite and illustrates the Greco Roman culture of the time. These people knew how to build in a way that strikes...More
The architecture has been amazingly preserved in a manner that it depicts the originality of its construction to the tourists. Taking a guided tour would help know the amazing history that lives behind these ruins.
This is one of the most beautiful preserved structures along Curetes Street. It is also a star attraction for photos, possibly only second in popularity to the Library further down the street. The temple was originally built in the second century and dedicated to Emperior...More