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It is believed that seven young Christians, who refused to sacrifice animals for the Roman imperials, took shelter in this cave near the city. They fell asleep only to wake 200 years later to find that Christianity had become more accepted. The...more
Had gozleme for lunch in the nearby restaurant after visiting Ephesus. Interesting story, but not much to see. Free and is only a minute walk from the restaurant so easy to get too. Tons of pieces of string and other assorted items are wrapped around...More
It is located on the way to Virgin Marys' house.
But It is closed and you hardly see some ancient monuments behind the locks.
There are local shops in the entrance where you can find souveniers. Also you can rent a carriage for to feel...More
First of all I recommend you to search about “Seven Sleepers” if you do not know about this great story!
Then I will give you some info about this place...
Yhis place is on the road of going to Ephesus, and you can have a...More
No details about the place. Just wandering around uphill and no good path to climb up. From my reading, the right one located in Abu Alanda, Amman, Jordan. Even the few says also in Syria and Turkey. But for Muslim, the idea and story of...More
a story of seven sleepers miracle was mentioned in new testament and holy quran, some claims it is happened in Syria, Jordon, but I got a feeling that is the right place where believers escape from ruler in past..
curiosity argue me to give a...More
This is kind of a site which has religious importance for Christians and the Muslims. It's kind of an uphill climb of around 100 meters or so from the base and is close to the ancient city of Ephesus. Unfortunately, the site is not well...More