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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...more
We visited the ruins and got a glimpse of the extraordinary life and architecture of old age. This place is steeped in history and was amazed to see the small part of magnificent city( most of it is still buried and will take long time...More
This is a must-see excursion if you are in the area. Something that isn't clear is that the Ephesus Terrace Houses are inside the general Ephesus site but you have to pay for a separate ticket to visit them. As the general entry price is...More