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... this city accommodated 250,000 people and had sophisticated plumbing and sewerage facilities. Only about 10% of the city has been excavated, and some facades have been rebuilt using original and replacement components. We could have spent a lot longer than the two hours that we had here, it was truly magnificent. There are no plans to excavate more of the site in the near future (no funding), however other ...
... archeological works in progress.
However, the main marble street leading down to the double storey Library is undoubtedly the most mpressive.
Mustafa gives an animated and detailed commentary but the hot sun, lack of shade and glare off the marble gets the better of me. I head on forward of the group to the exit and its shady mulberry trees to await the group's arrival.
A ten minute drive further on from Ephesus brings us to St. John's ...
Major issues in the Middle East require extreme caution when entering some countries but Turkey is one of the exceptions. Ephesus (outside Kusadasi) will be a trip highlight and is highly recommended. Interesting tours are the Basilica of St John and the house of the Virgin Mary, but if time is limited then go straight to Ephesus. Ephesus is the ruins of a Roman provincial capital and is a live archeological dig with only about 19% of the site actually ...
We arrived at Kuşadası dock at 730am and after a quick breakfast headed off to explore. Our goal was to get to Ephesus. Our first option was going to cost 150 euro, so kept walking. The next taxi offer was a bit lower, but still we kept walking (the best way to haggle is to say no). Finally the driver lowered the price to 55 euro for the ...
... is well known. Likewise tradition says the Virgin Mary lived the latter days of her life here and died here. The Gospel of John may have been written while he was in Ephesus.
The history of Ephesus dates back to the 10th century BC but it is really known for how it flourished under Roman rule in the 1-3 centuries AD. It was the fourth largest city in the Roman Empire after Rome, Alexandria, and Antioch with a population of 225,000 people. ...