The ancient city of Ephesus was the Greek city famed for the Temple of Artemis, one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. Today Ephesus contains the largest collection of Greco-Roman ruins in the eastern Mediterranean. Only an estimated 15% has been excavated.
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|The Odeion||Ionic and Corinthian columns||Doric Column|
|The snake symbolises rejuvenation (sheading skin), also the poison was used in healing.||Temple of Domitian||and again with Fountain of Pollio|
|Looking from Hercules gates down Curetes street||Gates of Hercules||Nike|
|Fountain of Trajan||The baths with hot, tepid and cold rooms||Mosaic tile walk-way in front of the houses|
|The Latrines||The Library of Celsus||The Agora|
|The Agora with library in background||The Marble street||and the Harbour street|
|Temple of Artemis (one of the seven wonders of the ancient world)|
|Ayasoluk Fortress (5th Century)|
|St John's Church (6th century)|