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When I visited this last time, a soprano tourist started singing in the middle of it, and everyone one was blown away not necessarily for her voice but the acoustic of the theater that still to this day is very impressive.It makes you wonder how...More
When you visit this place, you expect the placed to be as grand as it is in Rome. But sadly it might not be as per your expectation.
Having said that it is obviously oneof the places which you shouldnt miss out.
Sit at the top of the theatre and wonder who had sat here before ... what did they wear, what did they watch, did they have a say in what went on? Inspiring what humans can achieve without technology of our day!
A perfect example of an Ancient amphitheatre, built in 300BC, so predating the Romans involvement in the area before they eventual put their own spin on it. The signature attraction of Ephesus and a must see.
Take time to climb to the top and see...More
This theatre took our breath away! And to imagine that contemporary artists get to play there! It was thrilling to stand on the stage that dates back to the time of sophocles! This theatre is beautiful restored and an amazing piece of world history!
Another beautiful structure included in your guided tour of Ephesus. Not as large as the Great Theater, it is still an imposing venue and good to spend an hour clambering up and down the seats. The view from the top is spectacular, overlooking the hills...More
The Roman Odeion is the first major landmark if you are entering Ephesus from the upper (Magnesia) gate . Although it is not as grand as the Great theatre located near the lower gate. You can access and walk inside the Odeion although there are...More