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One of the most beautiful buildings in Ephesus and perfectly preserved. Not quite as grand as some of the ruins such as the Odeion or the Library but amazing none-the-less. Dry nowadays but would have been a sight in full flow.
Perhaps one of my least favourite things in Ephesus. I could be wrong, but the reconstruction of this looks a bit wonky. I am not a fan of when old and new construction materiel are mixed together. That said, still a nice bit of history...More
Part of the ancient Ephesus tour. Located on the right hand side as you walk down the old street. The carvings are very ornate and it leaves you wondering how this place looked in all it's glory. There are lots of plaques to read as...More
The Trajan fountain is situated along the right side of Curetes street and was dedicated to the Emperor Trojan.
Although the original nymphean (not actually a fountain), was much taller and a smaller version has been rebuilt.
This is also why some of the ornamental...More