Ephesus

Ephesus, Turkey

Travel Blogs from Ephesus

Ephesus Travel Blogs (343)
Bible Stories, Efes, Turkey travel blog

Bible Stories

A travel blog entry by 2totango

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... of business!  So they stole away 2 of Paul’s helpers and rushed to the assembly theater (located in the city of Ephesus).  I can just imagine the great theater filled with angry men and the poor city clerk trying to shout over the noise ...

Ephesus, Ephesus, Turkey travel blog

Ephesus

A travel blog entry by lucywillson

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After an absolutely fabulous day exploring the ancient city of Ephesus and looking round the excellent Ephesus Museum back in Selçuk, I have a piece of advice for others who wish to come here; If you have a decent amount of time to spend here - go ...

Hey Aussie, You Want Carpet ?, Selcuk (Ephesus), Turkey travel blog

Hey Aussie, You Want Carpet ?

A travel blog entry by natandkat

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... for you sunshine, maybe they'll make an Olympic sport out of it and you'll win a gold medal. Turkey 1, Australia 0. God I can whinge, let's get back to Ephesus shall we. In fact, let's not. If you would like any historical information on the ancient ...

Eleven Dollar Gas Anyone?  Artemis?, Ephesus, Turkey travel blog

Eleven Dollar Gas Anyone? Artemis?

A travel blog entry by lraleigh

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... and the other representing things more wild and dark yet also nurturing, a symbol of fertility. Before the Romans settled in Ephesus, Artemis took other forms and other names, because the mother goddess predates her as Cybele in Anatolia (Turkey) and ...

Attractions in Ephesus

Ephesus Attractions (28)
Ancient City of Ephesus

Ancient City of Ephesus

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Ephesus, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey

The Terrace Houses

The Terrace Houses

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Ephesus, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey

Wealthy Ephesians inhabited these luxurious houses on the slopes of Bülbül Mountain.

Stadium

Stadium

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Ephesus, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey

Once used exclusively for ceremonies and sporting events, the stadium became the forum for gladiator and animal fights during the Roman Empire. It was eventually destroyed by Christians as a revenge for their past sufferings.

Celsus Library

Celsus Library

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Ephesus, Ephesus, Turkish Aegean Coast, Turkey

Built by Julius Aquila in 110 A.D. as a memorial for his father, the Celsus Library is one of the finest buildings in Ephesus. The two-story building contained over 12,000 hand-written books, making it one of the largest library collections of its time.