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Marmaris Ephesus Ancient City

Marmaris Ephesus Ancient City

Immerse yourself in history and culture with a visit to Ephesus, one of the most spectacular ancient

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 Marmaris Ephesus Ancient City is about 190 km from Marmaris and about 2.5 hours away. One of the seven wonders of the world, B.C.  Ephesus, which is estimated to have been founded in 245, offers you a history of approximately 2250 years. This city, where Ionians, Lydians, Persians and Romans ruled at different times, contains many cultures and history. After the ancient city of Ephesus fell into roman hands, it became one of the most important trade centers in the world. In addition, this ancient city played a very important role in the spread of Christianity. Many clergymen visited here and spent the last days of their lives worshipping in the house of the Virgin Mary. At the same time, according to a belief, the city of Ephesus was founded by the first female warriors, the Amazons. With the ongoing excavations, it was determined that there were two other ancient cities under the city. Your tour, which starts at 6:30 a.m. when you are taken from your hotel, ends at 18:30 with the return to your hotel. Insurance, breakfast and lunch, Turkish guidance are included in your tour price. Entrance fees, personal expenses and drinks are extra. Are you ready to travel through history with your guides during the tour.  Temple of Artemis, Library of Celsus, Virgin Mary. Ephesus Amphitheatre, Isa Bey Cami, Seven Sleepers are waiting for you with traces of their past.. Temple of Artemis: Artemis, the first marble-built temple of antiquity, is one of the 7 wonders of the world and its foundations were founded in the 7th century BC. It dates back to the 19th century. This temple, which was used as both a marketplace and a religious institution, was built by Croecus, king of Lydia, in tribute to the goddess Artemis. This temple is decorated with bronze statues by the best sculptors of the period. Only a few marble blocks remain from the temple to the present day. Celsus Library: Both a library and a tomb monument, this building is one of the most beautiful buildings of the Roman period. after the death of Celsius, the governor of Ephesus in 106, his son built the library as a tomb monument for his father, and Celsius's tomb is under the western wall of the library. It is also the third largest ancient city library after Alexandra and Bergama. House of The Virgin Mary: The church where Mary, the mother of Jesus, is believed to have spent her final years in Nightingale with St. John. In addition, this historic house, where important Christian clerics spent the e

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