Guided Ephesus tours Celsus Library details
Guided Ephesus tours - Celsus Library Guided Ephesus tours - The Celsus Library of Ephesus, named after the city’s former Roman governor and constructed in the 2nd century CE, was a repository of over 12,000 scrolls and one of the most impressive buildings in the Roman Empire. The library stands at...
Ephesus day trips sirince culinary Ephesus Day Trips
Ephesus day trips - Sirince Culinary Tour Ephesus day trips – Travel Sirince will be enjoying the magnificent scenic drive to this authentic village. The village is the perfect synthesis of Turkish and Greek culture; stroll through the streets and see the beautiful typical Greek and Turkish houses. The village is famous for its local grape and other fruit wines and...
Ephesus sightseeing tour Camlik Locomotive Museum
Ephesus sightseeing tour - Camlik Locomotive Museum Ephesus sightseeing tour - Camlik outdoor museum was inaugurated in 1991 just as steam was phased out from Turkey. It has one of the largest steam engines collection in Europe, most them joining the museum shortly after being retired from service. The museum is perfectly located, a few minutes away from Turkey most...
Sightseeing Ephesus Public Latrine Ensar
Sightseeing Ephesus - Public Latrine Sightseeing Ephesus - Public Latrine of Ephesus was first constructed in the 1st century AD as part of what would eventually become the Scholastica Baths. They were the public toilets of the city to be used by poor citizens who could not afford a toilet in their home, and there was an entrance fee. However,...
Sightseeing tour Ephesus Sirince wine tasting
Sightseeing tour Ephesus Sirince village Sightseeing tour Ephesus- despite its location, perched upon the slopes of a mountain in Anatolia, the village of Sirince isn’t Turkish. Nor, duly, are the traditions that sanctify its popularity. Its Greek identity is one of Turkey’s best-preserved and thriving examples of what happens when you swap whole populations because of conflicting religious affiliations. In the...
ephesus walking tour
Ephesus walking tour - Saint John Basilica Ephesus walking tour - Initially, a simple church structure may have been built over the Apostle’s grave. But by the fifth century there was a long-standing basilica with a wooden roof on the site. Following its destruction by an earthquake in the early fifth century; a new basilica was built the Emperor Justinian...
Private tour Ephesus Artemis temple Miniaturk
Private tour Ephesus - The Shrine to the Goddess Artemis Private tour Ephesus - The first shrine to the Goddess Artemis was probably built around 800 B.C. on a marshy strip near the river at Ephesus. The Ephesus goddess Artemis, sometimes called Diana, is not quite the same figure as was worshiped in Greece. The Greek Artemis was the goddess...
daily ephesus tour virgin mary house general
Daily Ephesus Tour - Catherine Emmerich Daily Ephesus Tour - in the 19th century a German nun; Catherine Emmerich, had visions of Mary in Ephesus though she had never been in this area. Based on her description, the priests from Izmir discovered the foundations of the old homestead on a wooded slope of Bulbuldagı (the Hill of Nightingales); also known...
Ephesus sightseeing Seven Sleepers Grotto
Ephesus Sightseeing - Grotto of Seven Sleepers Ephesus Sightseeing - The legend tells the story of seven young men who were accused of belonging to the Christian community at the time of the persecutions by the Roman Emperor Trajan Decius. He reigned from 249 to 251 AD. At this time, a group of young Christian men were given some time...

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