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Emily M's Selcuk, Turkey
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The Prytaneion
3 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
Vedius Gymnasium
2 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
This has not even been excavated, though it's supposed to be the biggest structure at Ephesus. Perha...
Dominatius Square
3 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
If you're short on time, this is a portion of Ephesus that you could skip. There isn't much to see o...
The Odeion
Efes Selcuk Merkez, Selcuk
4 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
If you come in from the top gate, this will be even more impressive. It was where the city council m...
Memmius Monument
3 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
Of all the jewels that Ephesus has to offer, this is honestly not one of them. It's neither the most...
State Agora
4 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
It's so fun to imagine all the Romans from ancient times going about their business in this center o...
Temple of Domitian
3 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
This is another where it's hard to grasp what it would have been like because it's not fully excavat...
Trajan's Fountain
Curetes St.
5 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
Baths of Varius
3 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
These baths also need a bit of imagination to go with them. There was a hot room, a relaxation room ...
Arcadian Way
4 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
It's hard to imagine that this way would have ended in a harbor as the water has receeded so much si...
Curetes Street
4 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
So fun to think how many people have passed there before. The stones are also hashed so that sandals...
Brothel
3 of 5 stars
Posted 4 Apr 2013
This is one of the ruins that was actually hard to make out what it would have been like. This might...