A Visit to Ephesus [Part 1]

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The Library of Celsius

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Ruins of the Agora [main marketplace], Ephesus

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Relief sculpture of Nike, the goddess of victory

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Remains of the Trajan Fountain

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Temple of Hadrian

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Intricate carvings adorn the ancient ruins

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Feeding the cats at Ephesus

Photos: Ephesus, Turkey 2012

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18 thoughts on “A Visit to Ephesus [Part 1]

    • Oh what a shame. Our port was Kusadasi and Ephesus was one of the excursions. Such an amazing place, alive with atmosphere and history. I particularly loved visiting Mary’s traditional home in the mountains- breathtakingly sacred.

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  1. This looks such a stunning site, Isabella. Your photos are very beautiful. I went through your posts backwards and they are all so different. So many vibrant characters in the second, and the almost painterly quality of the third. 🙂 Very lovely!

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