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It is nice becouse it is inside the town. What is remaining is not so much but enough for a clear... read more

Reviewed 15 May 2018
Gianpaolo B
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Cremona, Italy
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Nice Place to Sit for a Coffee or Meal

Hidden in the depts of Selcuk are the remains of this part of an acquaduct. Storks build nests on... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2017
MAJ_Dave44
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Izmir, Turkey
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Situated right in the town and recently restored this Aquaduct runs from the train station through a plaza to St John's Basilica. The most amazing thing is how far up the mountain towards Sirence this Aquaduct ran to provide 1000s of litres of water for...More

Thank rftu
Reviewed 15 May 2018 via mobile

It is nice becouse it is inside the town. What is remaining is not so much but enough for a clear idea of what was an acquaduct. And it is great because inside the Selcuk.

Thank Gianpaolo B
Reviewed 14 July 2017 via mobile

We stayed at a very nice small hotel just next to the acquaducts, it was really nice seeing this place from our room and every time we were able to walk through it. Is right in the heart or center of Selçuk so during your...More

Thank berenice r
Reviewed 10 May 2017 via mobile

Right in the heart of selcuk town are the remains of what was the aquaduct. You can sit and have a drink and if lucky, watch the storks build their nests on top. If you follow the natural line of these columns they cross the...More

Thank Gussy1dog
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Hidden in the depts of Selcuk are the remains of this part of an acquaduct. Storks build nests on them and it makes an interesting place to stop and watch the activity. There are several restaurants/coffee shops around it. We will go again.

Thank MAJ_Dave44
Reviewed 7 August 2016

Ephesus required a large amount of water, getting it there was a technological victory for the ancients.

Thank RobertFGCarter
Reviewed 22 July 2016

The aqueduct cuts across the centre of town, running from Byzantine basilica of St John toward the railway. In the ummer White Storks nest on top of the Aqueduct in specially constructed nest platforms.

Thank Adam D
Reviewed 6 July 2016

You can see several pillars as you walk through the town. There are 2 larger groupings and a couple others. I love how they are easily accessible and add charm to the town!

Thank Cherilyn D
Reviewed 16 May 2016

Loved these. They are right next to the town square, which is pretty and where you can get a meal or snack. Several of the pillars have stork nests. Several pillar blocks are recycled from other uses, with Greek inscriptions on them. Really ancient, cool...More

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Reviewed 3 April 2016 via mobile

The Romans and the Byzantines understood that a powerful civilization requires infrastructure. The engineering feat involved in getting water to gravity flow from its source to the heart of this strategic city is mind numbing. Remnants still stand, a monument to endeavor and perhaps cruelty.

Thank Mike K
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