Ephesus photos

Efes, Turkey.

Ephesus was the second largest city in the world (at least in the Greco-Roman World) in the first century B.C. when its population was over two hundred fifty thousand. Now you can wander its ruins and imagine what it may have been like, back in the day.

Please enjoy these photos.

 

Library of Celsus housed 12,000 to 15,000 scrolls in 2 B.C.

 

Marker for Apothecary Shop

 

Temple of Hadrianus, 130 A.D.

 

Long view

 

This way to the brothel

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