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On 18 June, we visited the former city of Ephesus with our guide Dilek.Throughout its history, Ephesus has been a religious and philosophical centre and has been enriched by trade.
Discover Ephesus: The Temple of Artemis
Ephesus is one of the oldest Greek cities in Asia Minor, the first of Ionia.Although its remains are located close to seven kilometres inland, near the towns of Selçuk and Kuşadası in the west of present-day Turkey, Ephesus was in antiquity, and still in Byzantine times, one of the most active ports in the Aegean, located near the mouth of the great Cayster River.A site so peaceful to visit!There is no entry fee, you can access it easily.
The Temple of Artemis, which was one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, was in Ephesus.It is believed that Mary, the mother of Jesus Christ, was taken to Ephesus by Saint John, where she lived until her death, and that Ephesus is also the place of death of Saint John and where her tomb is located.Saint Paul has also come to Ephesus and preaches to the theatre.In 431, the Third Ecumenical Council was held there.
One of the most important thinkers in history, Heraclite, came from Ephesus.Thanks to the live, you will be able to discover this ancient city, stroll through its streets, enter the ancient city from the top of the greatest ancient theatre to its orchestra …You will have understood it, travel in the past!