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Ephesus Antique Theatre

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Marco
Marco
August 24, 2020
Day 2: Romancing the ruins 10 a.m. For most travelers, Izmir is a launching pad to visit Ephesus. Take a bus or train to Selçuk, the nearest town, then change to a shuttle that drops you at the archaeological site. It’s a sprawling historical wonder, so be prepared to spend around three hours…
Baris
Baris
June 27, 2019
Visiting the ruin of Ephesus means visiting the heart of the Aegean. This ancient Roman city was once a popular stop on the Silk Road, where people from all over the world sailed to the port and traded exotic spices and fruits and visited the talented Turkish cloth-makers. Ephesus is the largest…
Pelin
Pelin
June 18, 2018
Historical place, Ephesus Antique city
Atilla
Atilla
June 29, 2019
Efes tiyatrosu, Efes antik kentindeki en görkemli yapıdır. Efes Büyük Tiyatrosu Panayır Tepesi'nin yamacında, Liman Sokağı'nın karşısında ve güney girişinden Efes'e girerken kolayca görülebilir. İlk önce Hellenistik Dönem'de, MÖ 3. yy'da Lysimachos devrinde inşa edilmiş, ancak Roma Dönemi'nde…

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Location
İzmir, 35920