Ephesus Ancient City, which is home to the Temple of Artemis, one of the 7 wonders of the world, is one of the most famous, most visited historical places in our country. Establishment BC. The noble city that dates back to 6000 years and was used as an active settlement from the Hellenistic period to the Roman, Byzantine (Eastern Roman), Principalities and Ottoman periods; Ephesus.


Architectural Works

Since Ephesus has changed places many times throughout its history, its ruins are spread over a wide area of ​​approximately 8 kilometers. The ruins in four main regions, namely Ayasuluk Hill, Artemision, Ephesus and Selçuk, are visited by an average of 1.5 million tourists a year. The main structures and artifacts in Ephesus, the first city made entirely of marble, are described below.

  • The Temple of Artemis
  • Celsus Library
  • the House of the Virgin Mary
  • Seven Sleepers
  • Isa Bey Mosque