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About Ephesus

About Ephesus

About Ephesus

About Ephesus:

The Anatolian territory where different civilizations have reigned over history, is home to many ancient cities. One of the main ancient cities is Ephesus ...

Located in the borders of the province of Izmir in the Aegean region in Turkey, Ephesus has been a place of residence for 9000 years in antiquity especially the Hellenistic period, before giving way to Rome, to the Roman Empire from the Orient, to the beylicats then to the Ottoman era. The city has also been a very important port city as well as a cultural and commercial center.

The foundation of the ancient city of Ephesus dates back to 6,000 BC, in the Neolithic period ... Hittite settlements were discovered during research carried out in recent years. Ephesus had its golden age at the time of the Roman Empire. The city was home to the largest port of any province in Asia. Ephesus was conquered by the Turks in 1330 to become a center of Turkish beylicat. The city has begun to lose its particularity as an eminent port city and to lose its importance. Located today in the district of Selcuk in Izmir, the ancient city Ephesus welcomes thousands of tourists every year ...

The ruins of Ephesus, which has changed location several times over the course of history, extend over a vast area, ... The ruins are scattered in a space of about 8 km². Excavations, archaeological restoration and restoration work have been carried out for several years in the field.

Ephesus houses symbols shedding light on the history of masterful urbanization and architecture as well as the beliefs of different periods. One of the most important works of this site is the Temple of Artemis, one of the seven Wonders of the World ... The Christian belief that John, one of the apostles of Jesus, wrote the Gospel in Ephesus and that the Virgin Mary would have died on these lands, are another peculiarity of Ephesus. Today, the house of the Virgin Mary in Ephesus, considered a place of pilgrimage by Christians, the Basilica built on the tomb of John and the Church of Mary are the most important monuments ... The ancient city attracts therefore an influx of visitors from the Christian world.

If you want to travel to the ancient world and witness lives lived centuries ago, Ephesus calls you.

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