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It’s very sad that from such a great and ancient construction nowadays left only one pillar and few stones. Still it worth to see! This wonder reminds us of what was long time before, the history itself.
Planning to visit again for rethinking my feelings.
This is actually one of the wonders of the ancient world. However. There is nothing left there except for one pillar. Our guide told us that the oldest version of the temple dates back to the bronze age. After all the possible destruction it was...More
An ancient temple with roots dating back as far as the Bronze age. This site has held special significance to the religious for over 2 millennia and to see a building which still partial stands despite destruction by flood in the 700’s is awe inspiring.
I would like to come back in a decade to see the site again. It’s like an exploration program with a lot more man hours required and a proposal to develop for funding. It’s free and in town so why not visit and use your...More
This sole pillar of the temple of Artemis of Ephesus is worth the visit. It has as a back drop both a christian temple and a mosque. Keen reminders of their appropriation of the much deeper history going back thousands of years of Kuboba, the...More
Artemis is missed by nearly everyone that visits Ephesus. I will repeat a comment I have previously seen. Visit for what it was, not what it is. Alexander the Great, Julius Caeser, me, some big names have been here. You will be greeted by 2...More
I went here on a coach tour.
A lovely place to visit with lots of history, but there are much better sites to visit in a better restored condition.
Glad I didn't just visit this one site as it would of been a little disappointing.
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It is just a small open field with some ruins here and there. There is no museum at that place. You don't even need a ticket to enter this place. This place has ruins, 1 small stall that sells souvenir and one man selling a... More
It is just a small open field with some ruins here and there. There is no museum at that place. You don't even need a ticket to enter this place. This place has ruins, 1 small stall that sells souvenir and one man selling a book that explains the history of that place and also pictures of the temple ( when it is perfect in the pass and now in ruins).