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If you enjoy histroy,u have to make a trip to the ruins ,put a whole day and visit the town and all ruins in the area..BE CAREFUL when walking on the granite stone slabs its very slippery.Also very hot so go prepared .
Throughout its long history spanning over 10,000 years Anatolia, the land that is now Turkey has been the birthplace of many great civilisations and empires all of which have left their mark in unique ways.
Lose yourself in the ancient cities and sites of Turkey,...More
Located in Ephesus along the main street of this important Greece and later a Roman town, this fountain is well presented.
I suggest to proceed in the visit of this archeological place with a guide that can tell you everything.
As part of the huge Ephesus complex, the fountains are one of the more interesting parts you will see along your walk down the main ‘street’ of Ephesus. Good luck trying to get a picture of this part of the ruins with all the tourist...More