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In the first century BC, Ephesus was the Roman Empire’s second-largest city, with a population of approximately 250.000 people. It was the world’s second most populous city, trailing only Rome. Ephesus is a port city, as well. And only marbel was used to construct this enormous city. Did you know that Ephesus had the world’s largest amphitheatre, with 25.000 seats? Goddess Nike, Hadrian Gate, Library of Celcius (the third largest library), Marbel Street, and Harbour Street are also worth visiting.

In the morning, our tour guide will meet with you at Kusadasi port or hotel. And, we go to Ephesus. 

The Temple of Artemis or Artemision was a Greek temple dedicated to the goddess Artemis. It was also known as the Temple of Diana. One of the seven wonders of the world, it was located in Ephesus.

The Virgin Mary's House is a spot where many people believe Mary, Jesus' mother, spent her final years. She was believed to arrive at Ephesus with St. John and stay there until her Assumption or Dormition, which took place between 37 and 45 CE.

The Ephesus Museum features Ephesian Artemis statues discovered in the Temple of Artemis, Eros Statues, the Hall of the Roman Empires, Hadrian Temple Carvings, and biblical inscriptions statue of Dormition and statues of Augustus and Livia.

In the end of the tour, you go back to Kusadasi port or hotel.

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