Well the Temple of Artemis is pretty much non-existent. All that remains is the original foundation smuggled under overgrowth and flooded with water and one large pillar rising from it all. This pillar is still a popular destination to visit I think due to the proximity to Ephesus and the Virgin Mary’s House, It would not be worth a trip if it was in a rural location alone. The view of the castle and basilica from here are nice and add foreground to photos with the lone pillar, but I think most people like it due to the storke’s choice in real estate perched on top of this pillar. Other than that it’s a pretty uneventful place until your three year old takes a bath chasing after frogs and turtles in the flooded pool area off to the left. It's a free visit but with no facilities and seems to always be a vendor of some sorts wanting to sell you the same stuff.
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