The Temple of Hadrian was great break from the mostly poor/partial reconstruction of many Ephesus points of interest. The Temple of Hadrian appears to be an accurate representation of what the front of the temple would have looked like when in use. The carvings are beautiful and I recommend taking extra time here to look at the detail. Make sure to get pictures of the Medusa carving- it is great. The detail on the arch is amazing and the friezes of almost three-dimensional people are great as well. This is second only to the Celsus Library.
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